When should I arrive for court on my court day?

You should be here (City Hall, 698 Thompson Lane) no later than 2:15 p.m. on your court day to sign in. Court begins promptly at 2:30 p.m. 

Because of COVID-19 precautions and regulations, you must wear a mask while you are in City Hall. We will check your temperature and have you fill out a COVID-19 questionnaire before you enter the courtroom. Only 10 defendants will be allowed in the courtroom (seated with the required social distance between each chair) at one time. After signing in and having the temperature check and answering the COVID questionnaire, the other defendants should wait in their vehicles or outside City Hall (keeping social distance) until we call their cell phone numbers to let them know they may enter the courtroom. This will remain in effect until further notice.

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1. What if I want to pay my ticket before my court date?
2. What if I miss my court date and don't pay my ticket before the court date?
3. If I'm assigned to traffic school by your court, when do you need my receipt/certificate of attendance?
4. Do you take credit cards or checks for payment?
5. When should I arrive for court on my court day?
6. If I got a ticket for my vehicle's lights not working, what can I do?
7. Where's your traffic court located?
8. What if I can't go to traffic court on my assigned day?
9. May I talk to the Judge before court about my citation?
10. If I can't pay for my fines and court costs, should I come to court?
11. Can the Court accomodate non-English speakers?
12. Do you have payment plans for court fines and costs?
13. How do I apply for an indigency hearing in your court?
14. What are the fines for traffic offenses (MOVING VIOLATIONS)?
15. What are the fines for traffic offenses (NON-MOVING VIOLATIONS)?
16. What are the Court Costs, Litigation Fee, and Cash Bond Forfeiture Fee?
17. What precautions are you taking regarding the Coronavirus?