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How to get Traffic School in Independence Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaAsking for permission to attend traffic school in Independence Court in Inyo County should not be difficult. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are met, a request to attend traffic school could be given to the Independence Court with the bail fee and the traffic school court fee prior to the required date. Therefore, selecting traffic school is a costly alternative to contesting the traffic violation.

It is important to compare the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school prior to completing traffic school. Another choice to tackle a traffic ticket in Independence Court is to contest the traffic violation with a trial by written declaration (TBD) that does not necessitate for an accused person to appear in Independence Court.

If you choose to contest a traffic ticket in Independence Court with a in writing, signup for our package offer. We will prepare all your documents for you. All you are required to do is to follow easy directions to mail the documents to Independence Court. The judgement will be sent to you by the Independence Court. If the verdict is not guilty you would not pay a fine and no traffic school court fee. If the verdict is guilty, then you may request Independence Court for traffic school simultaneously.

Independence Court may mail a courtesy notice, the notification will indicate if an accused person qualifies for traffic school.

Normally, an accused person qualifies for traffic school if:

  • An accused person is in possession of a in effect driving license
  • The violation occurred during operating a regular vehicle
  • The citation is given for an infraction which is a infraction

If an accused person is in possession of a non-commercial driving license the Independence Court allows an accused person to go to traffic school for a qualified violation, after completing of the class a masked DMV point will be reflected on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, although an accused person will not get a mark on the person's record. The Independence Court may allow traffic school for a an accused person with a commercial driving license in a situation where the eligible violation occurred in a regular vehicle. Subsequent to completing an permitted course by an accused person with a commercial driving license, a DMV point will be placed on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, although a mark will not be placed for the violation.

A person will not be allowed to attend traffic school for:

  • Equipment tickets
  • Non-moving tickets (for example parking tickets)
  • Misdemeanors
  • Violations requiring a mandatory court presence
  • Drug or Alcohol related tickets
  • Violations in a commercial vehicle
  • A person will not be allowed to attend traffic school if traffic school was completed for another violation in the prior one and a half year

Here is the Independence Court information:

Address - 168 N. Edwards Street, PO BOX 518, Independence, CA 93526

Telephone Number - (760) 878-0366

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm

Independence Court Website Address Link

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