ODR is a way to resolve your case online without having to appear in court.
If you cannot resolve your citation through ODR, you do not lose your right to a court hearing. You will need to appear on the date shown on your citation.
No, you do not lose or gain any rights by choosing one instead of the other. However, using ODR may make it easier for you to negotiate with the prosecutor.
In the program, you will have the chance to exchange information with the prosecutor.
You can explore the possible resolution of your traffic citation together.
You can submit an explanation, request a reduced charge, request a payment plan, or upload proof of compliance or supporting evidence.
The prosecutor will review your proposal and email a response.
Eligibility depends on your driving record, the citation type, and other criteria set by the court and law enforcement. Enter your ticket information to learn if you are eligible.
You must appear in court on the date shown on your citation. If you do not appear, the court may find you guilty and impose additional costs.
You will receive update notifications informing you of any developments with your case..