TRAFFIC FINES AND POINTS:
All civil infractions may be paid on or before the appearance date, either in person or by mail. This is NOT your hearing date. If you wish to contest the ticket and request a hearing you must do so either by phone, mail, or in person on or before the appearance date.
If an officer verifies on your copy of the ticket that the violation has been corrected, you must bring or mail your signed copy of the ticket to the court within 10 calendar days from the date the ticket was issued.
Failure to submit the corrected violation will result in further penalties, which may include the issuance of a bench warrant and/or the suspension of your driving privileges.
We accept money orders, checks, cash, and credit cards.
Fines are doubled in school and construction zones.
HANDICAP PARKING TICKETS – $160 FINE
Defendant may admit responsibility with an explanation. They would make a copy of their permit and write a letter to the Magistrate. All three are to be sent to the court. Make sure the back of the ticket is signed where it says admit responsibility with an explanation. Or, they can set a court date or just pay it.
PARKING VIOLATION – $55
Defendant may pay, set a court date, or admit responsibility with an explanation. When admitting with an explanation defendant must sign the back of the ticket where it states admit responsibility with and explanation and date. Then write a letter. Mail both the ticket and letter together to the court.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
22380 Starks Drive
Charter Twp of Clinton