How do I resolve a Traffic Ticket?

Traffic Ticket Resolution Center

The Mecklenburg County Trial Court Administrator and District Attorney’s Office have developed an online application that will provide eligible drivers an opportunity to resolve certain traffic citations without having to make a court appearance. It is hoped the online application will save citizens travel costs and their personal time.

Mecklenburg County District Attorney's Office Traffic Citations

Drivers must use this service at least 14 days prior to their court date or they have to attend the Administrative Court to get their citation dismissed or reduced. Also, if a driver receives a citation with two charges, the online service cannot be used.

Examples of citations that are eligible for dismissal or reduction include: 

  • Certain insurance cases
  • Expired driver’s license (expired less than 60 days)
  • Expired inspection
  • Expired registration
  • Speeding citations (any speeding 20 miles per hour or more over the speed limit would not be eligible for reduction)

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1. Where can I find a local tag office or drivers license office?
2. How do I go about getting a security check on my home or business?
3. How do I retrieve a police report?
4. How do I resolve a Traffic Ticket?
5. Where can I find the jail, courthouse, or the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office?