The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles offers a variety of services for paying legal fines and other government-mandated fees.
The court also handles family-related issues such as divorce court and adoption services, wills and estates, and evictions.
One of the major issues they handle on a daily basis is the payment of traffic tickets and citations. If you’ve ever received a traffic citation for speeding or been pulled over and arrested for driving under the influence, chances are you will have to pay it as soon as possible to avoid any further jail time or even prison. It can be a disheartening experience when you are given your first traffic ticket. You may feel frustrated, angry, or simply incredibly upset about the entire ordeal in front of you.
It’s not a situation that anyone would want to find themselves in voluntarily. But to be perfectly honest about the whole thing, the best thing you can really do is to simply pay the fine.
Trying to contest the citation in court could only spell further disaster. Luckily for you, this guide is here to help.
First, we’ll be showing you where to go in order to pay your traffic ticket at the LA County Superior Court website.
Following that, we’ll list some other helpful information that will give you the peace of mind you crave.
Paying Traffic Ticket
Paying your traffic ticket at the Los Angeles County Superior Court website is incredibly simple, and should help take off a bit of the weight put on your shoulders when you were given the citation. You can do this easily from the comfort of your own home or office, and we will show you just how to do that. To get started on the process, get to the nearest computer and open your preferred web browser. Once it is open, navigate it to http://lacourt.org/.
Once you are there and the page has fully loaded, look to the left side of the page where you will see a gray “Traffic Tickets” link. This is the link you are going to want to click to start this process: http://lacourt.org/online/traffic
On the next page, you’ll be presented with two other choices of box to click. You can choose to find your traffic ticket by either your driver’s license number or by the number on the ticket itself. Make a decision and click the blue “Access Now” button to the right. You will enter whichever number you chose to search for your ticket using in a later step.
The next page will outline the payment process and present you with a checkbox for you to click in order to confirm that you understand the terms of the user agreement. Follow the process and any further instructions given to you to safely and securely make your payment.
Here is some useful information found on the LA Court website that can help you deal with any legal issues you may encounter: