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How to request Traffic School in South Lake Tahoe Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaAsking the court to complete traffic school in South Lake Tahoe Court in El Dorado County should not be complicated. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are satisfied, a request to complete traffic school may be extended to the South Lake Tahoe Court with the bail fee and the traffic school court fee prior to the appearance date. Hence, going to traffic school is a high priced choice to fighting the traffic citation.

That is why it is important to compare the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school before selecting traffic school. Another choice to tackle a traffic ticket in South Lake Tahoe Court is to fight the traffic citation with a trial by written declaration (TBD) that does not necessitate for an accused person to show up at South Lake Tahoe Court. If you choose to fight a traffic ticket in South Lake Tahoe Court with a in writing, signup for our package offer. We will prepare all your documents for your trial by declaration. All you are required to do is to follow short directions to mail the documents to South Lake Tahoe Court. The judgement will be sent to you by the South Lake Tahoe 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 South Lake Tahoe Court for traffic school simultaneously.

South Lake Tahoe Court may mail a courtesy notice, it will show 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 took place during operating a non-commercial car
  • The traffic citation is given for an infraction for a infraction

If an accused person is in possession of a non-commercial driving license the South Lake Tahoe Court permits an accused person to go to traffic school for a qualified violation, after completing of the class a masked DMV point will be recorded on the individual's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, however an accused person will not get a DMV point on the individual's record. The South Lake Tahoe Court could allow traffic school for a an accused person with a commercial driving license provided the allowable violation took place in a non-commercial car. Subsequent to completing an permitted course by an accused person with a commercial driving license, a DMV point will be placed on the individual's record at the Department of Motor Vehicle, however a DMV point will not be placed for the violation.

A person would not be permitted 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 would not be permitted attend traffic school if traffic school was completed for another citation in the prior year and a half

Here is the South Lake Tahoe Court information:

Address - 1354 Johnson Blvd., S. Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Telephone Number - (530) 573-3075

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

South Lake Tahoe Court Website Address Link

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