Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all traffic hearings are being held exclusively via the internet using Zoom, a video conference application. At this time, you may only see a judge via Zoom; you may not see a judge in person.
There are many options to resolve your case without appearing in court, unless an appearance is required. Please refer to the Traffic Division’s Public Notice for additional information.
FOR ASSISTANCE WITH A TRAFFIC MATTER, PLEASE USE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS TO CONTACT A TRAFFIC CLERK IN ROOM 100:
- Traffic Virtual Public Counter (Room 100) via Zoom.
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday, excluding court holidays.
You can show proof of correction, set up payments, pay in full or check-in for a video arraignment appearance. A device that has audio and video capabilities is required.
Click HERE to enter the virtual waiting room. Additional information can be found by accessing the applicable Zoom Reference Guide below:
- English - How to speak with a Traffic Clerk via Zoom
- Español - Cómo hablar con una empleada de tráfico usando Zoom
- Русский - Как получить помощь по трафику с помощью Zoom
Monday - Friday 4:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday - 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., reduced hours on some holidays.
You can call the Traffic Call Center for general information and information regarding your traffic matter.
INFORMATION REGARDING SCHEDULED APPEARANCES:
- If you have a scheduled video arraignment hearing, you can obtain the link to appear in court via Zoom by accessing your case on the Public Case Access System. Additionally, you must read the following notice prior to your court appearance:
- English - Traffic Arraignment Advisement
- Español - Notificación sobre la lectura de cargos en la corte de tráfico
- Русский - Разъяснение о предъявлении обвинения в нарушении правил дорожного движения и эксплуатации транспортных средств
If you have a scheduled court trial, post sentencing, or motion hearing, you can obtain the link to appear in court via Zoom by accessing your case on the Public Case Access System (PCAS).
PLEASE NOTE: Litigants and witnesses are advised every trial will be on YouTube for the purpose of complying with the right of the public to access court hearings. If you have a concern regarding the trial being on YouTube advise the presiding Judicial Officer.
It is unlawful to record, download or in any way reproduce a trial without specific court permission. Violators can be held in contempt of court and sanctions imposed pursuant to rule of court 1.150 - external link.
The Traffic Arraignment Advisement of Right, this notice contains important information regarding your rights and the arraignment process.