Violations & Fine Schedule
Expired vehicle registration
If you received a citation for operating a motor vehicle (or trailer) with an expired registration, you may be eligible to have the charge dismissed. You must appear in court within 20 business days from the date of your citation and do the following:
- Present proof of correction.
- Pay a 20% penalty to the Department of Motor Vehicles (through the County Tax Assessor - Collector). Your proof of correction must show that the penalty has been paid. If the penalty is not paid, the Municipal Court cannot dismiss the citation.
- Pay a $20 dismissal fee at the court.
Expired driver’s license
You may be eligible to have the charge dismissed if you appear in court within 20 working days from the date on your citation and present proof of renewal of your Driver’s License. The paper (temporary) license can serve as proof. A $20 dismissal fee shall be assessed by the court.
You may be eligible to have the charge dismissed if you appear in court within 20 working days from the date on your citation and present proof of correction to the defective equipment. The court may send a Peace Officer out to the parking lot to inspect the vehicle and verify that the defective equipment has been fixed. A $10 dismissal fee shall be assessed by the court.
Failure to maintain financial responsibility (no insurance)
If you were covered by an insurance policy at the time the citation was issued, you may present proof to have your citation dismissed. The proof of insurance should include the following information:
- Name, address and telephone number of the insurer
- Policy number
- Policy’s effective and expiration date
- Name and address of insured
- Policy limits or a statement the coverage complies with the required minimum amounts of liability insurance
- Make and model of the vehicle covered by the policy
If you were operating a vehicle other than your own, you must provide proof of insurance for that vehicle. The court will contact an agent of the insurer and verify the proof of insurance before the citation is dismissed. If the proof of insurance is not verified, the court will send a notice for you to appear in court.
The following is a list of the most common offenses. Additional costs and fees may be assessed on cases that are not paid in a timely manner or when processed for warrant. If the alleged offense occurred in a construction zone while workers were present, the fine amounts are doubled. You can look up your case and the corresponding window fine and court costs through the online records search.
|Offense||Fines and Costs|
| In a school zone||$329|
| Up to 15 miles over||$207|
| 16 miles over||$212|
| 17 miles over||$217|
| 18 miles over||$222|
| 19 miles over||$227|
| 20 miles over||$232|
| 21 miles over & higher||$304|
|Ran stop sign||$207|
|Ran red light||$207|
|Disregarded traffic control signal||$207|
|Defective equipment violation||$167|
|Expired driver's license||$171|
|Fail to maintain financial responsibility (no insurance)||$386|
|No driver's license||$271|
|Seat belt violation||$154|
|Seat belt violation involving a child||$207|
|Possession of drug paraphernalia||$381|
|Theft under $100||$381|