If you were ticketed for Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle, No Valid Registration or No Valid Driver’s License, but had valid insurance, registration or driver’s license on the date of the citation, you must appear on your court date. Bring a copy of your ticket(s) along with proof of valid insurance, registration or driver’s license to the City Attorney’s Office no later than one week prior to court appearance. Your insurance agent/company will be contacted to verify that the insurance was in effect at the time of your citation.
In order to avoid a court appearance, you must provide proof that your insurance, driver’s license or registration was valid at the time of the arrest to the City Attorney’s Office no later than one week prior to your court appearance. Bring this information, along with a copy of your traffic citation, to the City Attorney’s Office.
Do not assume that your ticket was dismissed. It’s important to always follow-up before your scheduled court date to verify that your case was dismissed. If you submit your proof of compliance by email, you will receive a reply email indicating the status of your request. If you have not received verification of your dismissal, you must appear on your court date. If you do not send proof of compliance one week prior to your court date, you may still be eligible for dismissal. However, you must appear in court and bring the required proof. It is recommended that you arrive 30 minutes early.