Friday, April 18, 2014

Preparing For Court

Attorney

You may hire an attorney to represent you. If you are charged with a misdemeanor and cannot afford an attorney, you may apply to have one appointed for you at your arraignment.

Identification

You may be required to present picture identification in court.

Case Related Documents

Bring all case related material to assist you in presenting your case. See citations for further information on proof(s) of correction.

Be Prepared To Pay

At the conclusion of your appearance in court, be prepared to pay your fine in full.

Arrive On Time

At the start of every session, the Court provides an advisement video or brochure explaining your rights. It is important to arrive on time. It may take up to two (2) hours to complete your traffic court appearance.

Interpreter

Interpreter services are available. Notify the court immediately to make the necessary arrangements.

Dress Code

Wear appropriate attire. Before entering the Courtroom, hats, sunglasses and chewing gum should be removed. Cell phones must be turned off in court.