[COUNTY] , [COURT]
If you received a traffic ticket in [town1], [town2], [town3], [town4] or while driving on [highway/freeway], it might be handled by [court]. You can check the top and bottom of your traffic violation and it should say the issuing party (Sherriff, Highway Patrol, Metro) and the county and court where the ticket will be handled. It is important to always check the deadline for appearance, which is typically shown on the bottom of citations. Failure to appear on or resolve before that date can result in a warrant. Some of the more common tickets we see for [court] is violations like Speeding, Failure to Yield, Failing to Observe Traffic Control Device and Improper Lane Overtake. These types of violations can often be negotiated with [court] via the District Attorney or County Attorney’s office. Some Courts and/or District Attorney’s may have policies in place that disallow such a negotiation, while others may actively welcome it.
Additionally, since the position of District Attorney is generally a 4yr term, the expiration of their term and hiring of a new District Attorney for [county] may also bring with it a change to the policies on how the traffic negotiations are handled. This might result in a change to administrative assessments, and the enactment or discontinuance of negotiations in general.
[County] may also have other court jurisdictions, which you can view by visiting our court directory. Our directory will provide direct links to other courts in various counties. As a courtesy we have provided contact info for forty Justice Courts and 16 Municipal Courts, payment options, mailing addresses, and other general info for submitting your payments for traffic citations or calling about warrants and other traffic ticket search – lookup needs. “I have a ticket in” and now the answers are easy to find.
Nearby Towns people often receive traffic citations in: [town1], [town2], [town3], [town4], [town5], [town6]. Sometimes people who are visiting [nearby park/attraction] receive speeding tickets or citations while traveling to and from their destination while visiting.
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Traffic Ticket Searches and Warrant Status, Warrant Search
If you need information or a status of your pending citation or to check to see if you might have a bench warrant, many of the courts have this information accessible online. If an online search link has not been provided for [court], then it is suggested that you call the clerk directly for the status.
Each of Nevada’s counties and its independent city are divided into one or more townships, and each township has a justice court. The justice courts are courts of limited jurisdiction that hear only minor cases; in general, they hear misdemeanor cases (including traffic tickets), and civil cases involving $15,000 or less (including evictions and small claims cases). They may also hold probable cause hearings for felony and gross misdemeanor cases. There are 40 justice courts in the state.
All information provided is a courtesy, no guarantee of accuracy is made, and you should always contact the court directly to confirm your information. Providing information as a courtesy does not constitute an attorney client relationship. To obtain legal advice please speak directly with an attorney. If you want to speak with an Attorney at Nevada Traffic Ticket Pro, please call and schedule a consultation.