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Request Traffic School in Fremont Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaIt is vital to understand the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school before selecting traffic school. An alternative option to deal with a traffic ticket in Fremont Court is to contest the traffic violation by a trial by written declaration (TBD) which does not require for a defendant to be present in Fremont Court. If you select to contest a traffic ticket in Fremont Court by a written declaration, signup for our service. We will make all your documents for your trial by written declaration. All you would have to do is to follow simple instructions to forward (by mail) the documents to Fremont Court. The verdict will be mailed to you by the Fremont Court. If the ticket is dismissed there will be no fine and no traffic school court fee. If the result is not in your favor, then you may ask Fremont Court for traffic school at that time.

Requesting the court to complete traffic school in Fremont Court in Alameda County is not difficult. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are met, a request to complete traffic school may be submitted to the Fremont Court with the bail amount and the traffic school court amount prior to the appearance date. Then, taking traffic school is a very costly choice to contesting the traffic violation. Fremont Court might send out a courtesy letter, the letter will say if a defendant is eligible for traffic school.

Generally, a defendant can go to traffic school if:

  • Aa defendant has a valid driver's license
  • The offense happened at the time of driving a a vehicle not used for commercial purposes
  • The ticket is issued for an infraction for a violation

If a defendant has a regular driver's license the Fremont Court approves a defendant to take traffic school for an eligible offense, after taking of the course a confidential driving point will be recorded on the driving record at the DMV, however a defendant will not receive a DMV point on the driving record. The Fremont Court may grant permission traffic school for a a defendant who has a commercial driver's license in a situation where the allowable offense happened in a a vehicle not used for commercial purposes. After completing an approved school by a defendant who has a commercial driver's license, a driving point will be recorded on the driving record at the DMV, however a DMV point will not be recorded for the offense.

An individual will not be able to take traffic school for:

  • Equipment related offenses
  • Non-moving offenses (for example parking offenses)
  • Serious offenses
  • Offenses with a mandatory court attendance
  • Alcohol or drug offenses
  • Offenses in a commercial vehicle
  • An individual will not be able to take traffic school if traffic school was used for another violation in the prior one and a half year

Here is the Fremont Court information:

Address - 39439 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538

Telephone Number - (510) 818-7500

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 8am to 2:30pm

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