WELCOME TO THE #1 WEBSITE TO DEAL WITH YOUR CALIFORNIA TRAFFIC TICKETS
  • Rss
$99 FLAT FEE (RISK FREE)
You Don't Win You Don't Pay
Fight All California Traffic Tickets

  • Get It Dismissed Or 100% Money Back
  • No Court Appearance Necessary
  • No Hidden Fees Whatsoever
  • Get It Done Fast & Easy / Risk Free

CA Cell Phone Ticket

  • Get It Dismissed Or 100% Money Back
  • No Court Appearance Necessary
  • No Hidden Fees Whatsoever
  • Get It Done Fast & Easy / Risk Free

Norton Shopping Guarantee

Go to Traffic School in Santa Maria Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaRequesting to go to traffic school in Santa Maria Court in Santa Barbara County is not a complex process. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are met, a request to go to traffic school can be submitted to the Santa Maria Court with the bail amount and the traffic school court amount prior to the due date. As a result, taking traffic school is an expensive selection to fighting the traffic citation.

It is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school in advance of taking traffic school. Santa Maria Court might send out a courtesy letter, the letter will show if a defendant is eligible for traffic school.

Generally, a defendant can go to traffic school if:

  • A defendant has a valid driver's license
  • The offense transpired at the time of driving a non-commercial car
  • The traffic ticket is issued for an infraction that is a violation

If a defendant has a regular driver's license the Santa Maria Court grants permission a defendant to take traffic school for an eligible offense, after taking of the course a confidential driving point will be shown on the driver's record at the DMV, though a defendant will not receive a mark on the driver's record.

The Santa Maria Court may grant permission traffic school for a a defendant who has a commercial driver's license provided the eligible offense transpired in a non-commercial car. After finishing an approved school by a defendant who has a commercial driver's license, a driving point will be recorded on the driver's record at the DMV, though a mark will not be recorded for the offense.

An individual would not be permitted take traffic school for:

  • Fix-it tickets
  • Non-moving tickets (like parking tickets)
  • Serious offenses
  • Offenses with a mandatory court attendance
  • Alcohol or drug tickets
  • Offenses in a commercial vehicle
  • An individual would not be permitted take traffic school if traffic school was used for another citation in the prior year and a half

The other option to deal with a traffic ticket in Santa Maria Court is to fight the traffic citation by a trial by written declaration (TBD) which does not require for the a defendant to go to Santa Maria Court. If you decide to fight a traffic ticket in Santa Maria Court by a TBD, engage our service. We will put together all your documents for your TBD. All you would have to do is to follow simple instructions to forward (by mail) the documents to Santa Maria Court. The verdict will be mailed to you by the Santa Maria Court. If the ticket is dismissed there will be no fine and no traffic school court fee. If the result is not in your favor, then you may ask Santa Maria Court for traffic school at that time.

Here is the Santa Maria Court information:

Address - 312-M East Cook Street, Santa Maria, CA 93454

Telephone Number - (805) 614-6414

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 8am to 3pm

Santa Maria Court Website Address Link

Trial By Written Declaration as seen on