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Traffic
Traffic Court handles cases that usually begin when a citation or ticket is written by a law enforcement officer. Tickets can be issued for violations of traffic laws and other non-traffic offenses.

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Matters not handled in Traffic Court

  • Parking tickets are NOT handled by the Traffic Division. These are handled exclusively by the local city or the Los Angeles Parking Violations Bureau.
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  • More serious violations such as driving under the influence (DUI), hit and run, and driving on a suspended license because of a DUI are criminal matters and are handled in the court's Criminal Division.

Traffic Court Information

  • Most tickets can be resolved without the need to schedule a court appearance by using the Online Services on this website or by phone.
  • You may have a lawyer present if you must appear in court but you are not entitled to court-appointed counsel for traffic infraction matters.
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