It's a way to have court staff review your case; once you have requested a court date, you can possibly resolve your ticket without having to come to court for a hearing.
Time is money! You could get your compliance traffic charge dismissed and you can do it online, rather than going to court! Compliance tickets eligible are no proof of insurance, registration, and driverís license.
It's not. There's real court staff on the other side, making decisions about your case based on the same criteria they would if you went to court in person. It just takes place through this website.
It's easy. If you received a notice from the court, simply follow the instructions to go to the site and start your resolution. You must submit proof of compliance online. If you are eligible, a hearing officer reviews your request and then makes the final decision. You will receive a text or email with the result.
The Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida is committed to the idea that the Online Case Resolution approach will increase the publicís access to justice in a fair and efficient manner.
You have up to 5 days prior to the hearing date to resubmit compliance documents. If still not accepted, you will have to appear in court on the hearing date you received on your notice of court appearance.
Just enter your ticket information to determine eligibility. If you are eligible, submit a request. Whether your request is approved is entirely up to the court.
Try a search. If you are ineligible, we'll tell you why.
No. If your compliance documents are valid, your case may be dismissed.
We will send an email or text, as well as update the message on your status page when you come back to the website.
Cases will be reviewed Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays.
Once you have requested court you can access the Online Case Resolution platform 24 hours a day, 7 days a week using any internet connected device: your own cell phone, tablet or personal computer.
If you do not register for Online Case Resolution, you will have to appear in court on the hearing date you received on your notice of court appearance.