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How to complete Traffic School in Fairfield Court

request traffic school in Californiait is important to know and understand the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school prior to asking for traffic school. Another way to get out of a traffic ticket in Fairfield Court is to fight the traffic violation using a trial by written declaration (TBD) that does not necessitate for an accused person to show up at Fairfield Court. If you choose to fight a traffic ticket in Fairfield Court using a trial by written declaration, engage our service. We will prepare all your court forms for your trial by declaration. All you are required to do is to follow easy instructions to submit (by mail) the court forms to Fairfield Court. The judgement will be sent to you by the Fairfield 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 Fairfield Court for traffic school at that time.

Requesting to take traffic school in Fairfield Court in Solano County is simple. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are satisfied, a request to take traffic school could be given to the Fairfield Court with the bail money and the traffic school court money ahead of the appearance date. As a result, completing traffic school is an expensive decision to contesting the traffic violation. Fairfield Court might mail out a reminder letter, the notice will show if an accused person qualifies for traffic school.

Usually, an accused person is eligible for traffic school if:

  • An accused person is in possession of a in effect driving license
  • The offense took place when operating a noncommercial vehicle
  • The citation is issued for an infraction that is a infraction

If an accused person is in possession of a class C driving license the Fairfield Court permits an accused person to complete traffic school for an eligible offense, after finishing of the course a confidential conviction will be placed on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, though an accused person will not get a mark on the person's record. The Fairfield Court could permit traffic school for a an accused person who has a commercial driving license in a situation where the allowable offense took place in a noncommercial vehicle. Subsequent to finishing an official class by an accused person who has a commercial driving license, a conviction will be placed on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, though a mark will not be placed for the offense.

People will not be allowed to complete traffic school for:

  • Equipment related offenses
  • Non-moving offenses (like parking offenses)
  • Misdemeanors
  • Tickets with a mandatory court presence
  • Drug or Alcohol offenses
  • Tickets in a commercial vehicle
  • People will not be allowed to complete traffic school if traffic school was used for another violation in the prior year and a half

Here is the Fairfield Court information:

Address - 600 Union Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533

Telephone Number - (707) 207-7300

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

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