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How to go to Traffic School in Santa Monica Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaAsking for permission to take traffic school in Santa Monica Court in Los Angeles County is not difficult. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are satisfied, a request to take traffic school may be given to the Santa Monica Court with the fine fee and the traffic school court fee in advance of the court date. Therefore, completing traffic school may be a costly decision to contesting the traffic violation.

That is why it is important to compare the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school before asking for traffic school. An alternative choice to tackle a traffic ticket in Santa Monica Court is to fight the traffic violation using a trial by written declaration (TBD) that does not entail for a driver to appear in Santa Monica Court. If you want to fight a traffic ticket in Santa Monica Court using a written declaration, signup for our package offer. We will make all your papers for your trial by written declaration. All you need to do is to follow easy directions to submit (by mail) the papers to Santa Monica Court. The result will be sent to you by the Santa Monica Court. If the verdict is not guilty you would not pay a fine and no traffic school court fee. By chance if the ticket is not dismissed, then you may request Santa Monica Court for traffic school simultaneously. Santa Monica Court might mail out a reminder letter, the notice will let you know if a driver meets the requirements for traffic school.

Normally, a driver qualifies for traffic school if:

  • A driver possesses a in effect driving license
  • The violation occurred when operating a regular vehicle
  • The citation is given for an infraction which is a infraction

If a driver possesses a class C driving license the Santa Monica Court approves a driver to complete traffic school for a qualified violation, after finishing of the class a masked conviction will be placed on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, although a driver will not get a negative point on the person's record. The Santa Monica Court could permit traffic school for a a driver with a commercial driving license in a situation where the qualified violation occurred in a regular vehicle. Subsequent to going through an permitted class by a driver with a commercial driving license, a conviction will shown on the person's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, although a negative point will not shown for the violation.

People cannot complete traffic school for:

  • Equipment offenses
  • Non-moving offenses (for example parking offenses)
  • Misdemeanors
  • Violations requiring a mandatory court presence
  • Drug or Alcohol offenses
  • Violations in a commercial vehicle
  • People cannot complete traffic school if traffic school was completed for another violation in the last 18 months

Here is the Santa Monica Court information:

Address - 1725 Main Street, Room 214, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Telephone Number - (310) 260-1876

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

Santa Monica Court Website Address Link

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