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Request Traffic School in Chester Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaIt is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school in advance of requesting traffic school. One other option to deal with a traffic ticket in Chester Court is to contest the traffic ticket with a trial by written declaration (TBD) which does not necessitate for an accused person to appear in Chester Court. If you select to contest a traffic ticket in Chester Court with a trial by declaration, engage our service. We will complete all your court forms for your trial by written declaration. All you are required to do is to follow simple instructions to send the court forms to Chester Court. The judgement will be mailed to you by the Chester Court. If the ticket is dismissed there will be no fine and no traffic school court fee. If the ticket is not dismissed, then you may ask Chester Court for traffic school at that time.

Requesting the court to complete traffic school in Chester Court in Plumas County should not be a difficult process. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are satisfied, a request to complete traffic school can be submitted to the Chester Court with the bail amount and the traffic school court amount ahead of the court date. As a result, choosing traffic school could be a very costly option to challenging the traffic ticket. Chester Court may send a reminder notice, it will say if an accused person qualifies for traffic school.

Generally, an accused person can go to traffic school if:

  • An accused person is in possession of a current driver's license
  • The offense occurred while driving a noncommercial vehicle
  • The citation is issued for an infraction for a violation

If an accused person is in possession of a noncommercial driver's license the Chester Court approves an accused person to to attend traffic school for an eligible offense, after the completion of the course a confidential conviction will be recorded on the person's record at the DMV, although an accused person will not receive a mark on the person's record. The Chester Court can approve traffic school for a an accused person with a commercial driver's license if the qualified offense occurred in a noncommercial vehicle. After completion of an approved program by an accused person with a commercial driver's license, a conviction will be placed on the person's record at the DMV, although a mark will not be placed for the offense.

A driver would not be permitted go to traffic school for:

  • Equipment violations
  • Non-moving violations (for example parking violations)
  • Serious offenses
  • Offenses with a mandatory court appearance
  • Alcohol or drug related violations
  • Offenses in a commercial vehicle
  • A driver would not be permitted go to traffic school if traffic school was used for another ticket in the past one and a half year

Here is the Chester Court information:

Address - 222 First Avenue, Chester, CA 96020

Telephone Number - (530) 258-2646

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm

Chester Court Website Address Link

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