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Expired Driver's License
If you have received a citation for having an expired driver's license you may be eligible to have that offense dismissed.
  • You must provide proof to the court that the driver's license was renewed within 20 business days of receiving the citation, or by the court date that is printed on the citation, whichever is later. Acceptable proof must be a renewal receipt issued by the Department of Public Safety.
  • A $20 fee will apply and must be paid before the citation will be dismissed.
  • If you will not be able to renew your driver's license within the allotted time then you may be eligible for deferred disposition. You must come in person to the court to apply for deferred disposition.

Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection (for offenses prior to March 1, 2015)

If you have received a citation for expired motor vehicle inspection you may be eligible to have that offense dismissed.
  • You must provide proof to the court that the inspection sticker was renewed within 20 business days of receiving the citation, or by the court date that is printed on the citation, whichever is later. The required proof is the emissions report which shows that the vehicle passed inspection.
  • A $20 fee will apply and must be paid before the citation will be dismissed.
  • If you are unable to get the inspection sticker renewed within the allotted time citation must be paid in full.

Expired Registration
If you have received a citation for Expired Registration you may be eligible to have that offense dismissed.
  • You must provide proof to the court that the registration was renewed within 20 business days of receiving the citation, or by the court date that is printed on the citation, whichever is later.
  • Your proof must show that you paid the late registration fee to the Tax Assessor Office.
  • Acceptable proof must be a receipt issued by the Tax Assessor office.
  • A $20 fee will apply and must be paid before the citation will be dismissed.
  • If you are unable to renew the registration within the allotted time the citation must be paid in full.

Fail to Display Drivers License
If you have received a citation for Fail to Display Driver's License you may be eligible to have that offense dismissed.
You must present your valid driver license to the court by the court date printed on the citation. Upon approval by the court the offense will be dismissed without a fee.

Fail to Change Address on Driver License

If you have received a citation for failure to change the address on your driver license you may be eligible to have that offense dismissed.
  • You must provide proof to the court that the address was updated within 20 business days of receiving the citation.
  • Acceptable proof must be a receipt from the Department of Public Safety showing that the address was updated.
  • A $20 fee will apply and must be paid before the citation will be dismissed.
  • If you are unable to change the address within the allotted time then you may qualify for deferred disposition. You must come in person to apply for deferred disposition.

Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility

If you received a citation for failure to maintain financial responsibility you may be eligible to have that dismissed.
  • You must provide written proof that either the person named on the citation or the vehicle listed on the citation had valid liability insurance at the time the citation was issued. Proof of insurance may not be faxed or e-mailed, or shown by electronic means (cell phone).  You must provide a legible paper copy to the court.        
  • On the insurance proof the valid "from" and "to" dates must encompass the violation date of the citation. You must present the proof either on or before the court date printed on your citation.
  • Upon approval by the court the citation will be dismissed without a fine.
  • If you did not have insurance coverage at the time the citation was issued you may be eligible for deferred disposition if you obtain liability insurance within 30 days. You must appear in person to apply for deferred disposition.