Online case review is a way to allow the magistrate to review your traffic ticket without having to come to court for a hearing and to resolve an eligible warrant without getting arrested or coming to court to see the judge.
It's free and you can do it at your convenience from home, work, school, using your phone, tablet or computer.
Traffic Ticket? You could get your charge changed to one with no or fewer driver's license points. And you can do it online rather than going to court.
Warrant? Resolve an eligible warrant without getting arrested or coming to court to see the judge. Please note, if you are searching by case number, the case number must match exactly as the court has in their records. If you do not know your exact case number contact the court.
You submit a request online regarding your ticket or an eligible warrant. If you are eligible, your request will be reviewed and a decision will be made. You will receive a text or email with the result.
To help you resolve your case quickly, when it's convenient for you. You don't have to wait for a court date, take a day off work or school, and it's easy to do online! If you disagree with the decision, you can still ask for a hearing in front of the judge.
It depends on your record and other criteria set by the court. Just enter your information and do a search to find the eligibility criteria. If you are, submit a request. Whether your request is approved is entirely up to the court.
It could mean your ticket is too old, that you have too many past offenses or too many open tickets or your warrant does not meet the eligibility requirements.
Yes. The fine could change or be reduced, but you are responsible for paying this fine.
We will send an email or text as well as update the message on your status page when you come back to the website.
Some citations can have their fines reduced or eliminated if you satisfy the court by showing proof. This site works to allow you to upload images as proof. Here are the types of offenses that you can have reviewed online (and what you will need to upload as proof to satisfy the requirement):
1) Defective Equipment - fine may be waived by uploading an image as proof that the required repairs have been made (and verified by a police officer) within 10 calendar days of citation.
2) No Registration - fine may be waived by uploading an image as proof that you had valid registration at the time of the citation. Must be uploaded within 10 calendar days of citation.
3) No Proof of Insurance - fine may be waived by uploading an image as proof that you had valid insurance at the time of the citation. Must be uploaded within 10 calendar days of citation.
Michigan statute deems the registered owner of a vehicle responsible for parking violations. A vehicle leasing or rental company may transfer liability to the driver in possession of the vehicle by submitting documents to the Court under 2000 Public Act 268 effective October 1, 2000. See your car rental agreement "Indemnification" clause which may read similar to the following:
Late notices are mailed to the plate registration address on file with the Michigan Secretary of State.