Public Notice - Traffic Amnesty Program
On June 24, 2015, the Governor signed into law a one-time amnesty program for unpaid traffic and non-traffic infraction tickets. The program begins October 1, 2015 and ends March 31, 2017. Persons with unpaid tickets with a violation date on or before January 1, 2013 who have not made a payment after September 30, 2015 may be eligible to have both their debt reduced by 50 or 80 percent depending on income, and their driver license reinstated, unless an exclusion applies. For more information and FAQs: http://www.courts.ca.gov/trafficamnesty.htm - external link.
- Instructions for Participation in the Program
- Paying Your Traffic Fine
- How to Show Proof of Correction
- Traffic Violator School Program
- Modification of Sentence Based on Ability to Pay
- Where is my courtesy notice?
- General Citation Information
- Juvenile Citations
- Red Light Camera Citations
- Preparing for Court
- Appearing in Court
- Contesting a Citation
- Subpoena/Subpoena Duces Tecum
An order to appear in court and to produce documents
- Traffic Court Setting Grids - 2017 (For Law Enforcement Agencies only)
- Traffic Court Setting Grids - 2016 (For Law Enforcement Agencies only)
Online Services for Traffic
Court Process and Information
The Superior Court of Sacramento is pleased to announce extended hours for Night Court services at the Carol Miller Justice Center (CMJC). On the 2nd Wednesday of every month, CMJC will have extended hours and provide services until 6:15 p.m. These services include public counter assistance for Traffic, Small Claims, and Unlawful Detainer matters. Walk-in arraignments for Traffic and Small Claims trials will be heard. Mediation and Advisory Services for Small Claims and Unlawful Detainer matters will be available on the 3rd floor. Please note: Interpreter services are not currently available during the Night Court hours.