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Go to Traffic School in Inglewood Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaRequesting the court to take traffic school in Inglewood Court in Los Angeles County should not be a difficult process. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are met, a request to take traffic school may be extended to the Inglewood Court with the bail money and the traffic school court money ahead of the date shown on the citation.

Therefore, completing traffic school could result in a very costly selection to fighting the traffic citation. For that reason it is important to know the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school before taking traffic school.

Inglewood Court might mail out a reminder letter, the letter will indicate if an individual can go to traffic school.

Usually, an individual is eligible for traffic school if:

  • An individual maintains a valid driving license
  • The offense took place when operating a noncommercial vehicle
  • The violation is issued for an infraction for a infraction

If an individual maintains a class C driving license the Inglewood Court approves an individual to complete traffic school for an eligible offense, after finishing of the course a confidential conviction will be shown on the driver's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, however an individual will not get a DMV point on the driver's record.

The Inglewood Court can permit traffic school for a an individual with a commercial driving license provided the eligible offense took place in a noncommercial vehicle. Subsequent to completing an official class by an individual with a commercial driving license, a conviction will appear on the driver's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, however a DMV point will not appear for the offense.

People will not be able to complete traffic school for:

  • Fix-it violations
  • Non-moving violations (for example parking violations)
  • Misdemeanors
  • Offenses with a mandatory court presence
  • Drug or Alcohol violations
  • Offenses in a commercial vehicle
  • People will not be able to complete traffic school if traffic school was used for another citation in the last eighteen months

One other way to get out of a traffic ticket in Inglewood Court is to challenge the traffic citation by a trial by written declaration (TBD) that does not require for the an individual to show up at Inglewood Court. If you want to challenge a traffic ticket in Inglewood Court by a trial by declaration, signup for our service. We will complete all your form for your TBD. All you must do is to follow short instructions to submit (by mail) the form to Inglewood Court. The finding will be sent to you by the Inglewood Court. If the ticket is dismissed there will be no fine and no traffic school court fee. By chance if the ticket is not dismissed, then you can ask Inglewood Court for traffic school at that time.

Here is the Inglewood Court information:

Address - One Regent Street, Room 202A, Inglewood, CA 90301

Telephone Number - (310) 419-1398

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm

Inglewood Court Website Address Link

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