Do the Online Ticket Review Program
Think you didn’t deserve the speeding ticket? To avoid going to court to fight it, you can check if you’re eligible for the Online Ticket Review Program. Using the same link you would to pay your ticket, you can see if you’re eligible.
If you are, a prosecutor will review the facts of the case online, and you’ll get notified of their decision in four to five weeks. Below are the possible outcomes:
- Noelle: The courts will dispose of your case and will not prosecute you, meaning you don’t have to pay anything or appear in court.
- Transfer: The prosecutor is transferring your case to the court, where it will be tried.
- Offer: The prosecutor makes you an offer, like reduced fees or fines.
You can choose to accept or decline your offer. If you reject it, your ticket will be transferred to the courts, and you’ll get a court date via mail.
Plead Not Guilty
Plead not guilty using the same link you can pay your ticket with, via the mailing address on the back of your ticket, or by calling the Centralized Infractions Bureau at 860-263-2750 (weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET). You will receive a court date several months out. If you’re found guilty at the hearing, you’ll have to pay court costs and other fees in addition to the fines.