Traffic, Parking Tickets, and Going to Traffic Court Category: Courts and Procedure


Traffic issues are one of the most common ways people become involved with the court system. Whether it’s speeding or red light tickets, DUI, a car accident, or even an expired parking meter, most of us will have to deal with a traffic-related problem at some point.  Although traffic procedures are typically very simple, they often have tight turn-around times. Even a slight delay in handling a simple speeding violation can turn the situation into an expensive, time-consuming process.


VC 41500 (Dismiss Traffic Tickets While Incarcerated)
Parking in Sacramento City and County

At the law library, many questions arise regarding parking issues and restrictions within the City and County of Sacramento. The typical answer, as it is to most legal questions, is “it depends”. Parking violations can have many variations and each situation is truly unique to the circumstances involved with each...

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Traffic Court

Lee en español: Corte de tráfico General information Failure to pay Failure to pay as agreed will result in your account becoming delinquent. Collection enforcement includes, but is not limited to, garnishment of your wages, seizure of funds in your bank account(s), placement of a lien on any real property...

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Sacramento County Sheriff’s Work Project
Crime and Prisons

The Work Release Division is Sacramento County’s alternative to incarceration or in lieu of the payment of certain traffic fines for those convicted of a criminal or traffic offense in Sacramento County. Public hours: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday

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