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No. Your continuance must be signed in person on or before the court date at the top center of the citation. You can receive one continuance, so if you have already had one then you will need to appear in court to request another.
Certain traffic violations and criminal offenses can be paid out and you do not have to appear in court, if the “Personal Appearance Required” box in the upper part of the citation is not marked “YES”. You can call the office to confirm if a payout or personal appearance is required. You can pay your citation in person, by mail, by phone or online by credit card (Visa/MasterCard/Discover/AMEX).
1. Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs2. Leaving the scene of an accident (hit-skip)3. No operator’s license: not licensed to drive: license expired OVER six (6) months.4. Driving under ANY suspensions5. Wrongful Entrustment (allowing a person under suspension to operate your motor vehicle.6. A third (3rd) moving violation within a one-year period.7. All First, Second, Third and Fourth Degree Misdemeanor charges.