Court Programs


Court programs play a crucial role in the judicial system, offering innovative solutions to address the complex and varied needs of individuals within the legal process. These programs aim to enhance the efficiency and fairness of the court system while promoting rehabilitation and reducing recidivism.

If you have been cited for a traffic violation and are 

  • 18 years of age or younger and 
  • attending school 

You may be allowed to participate in a juvenile traffic school program. The program is only offered by the Judge at your arraignment if you enter a plea of guilty and are otherwise eligible. 

To complete the program, you must

  • pay an administrative fee to the court (due the day you appear in Court), 
  • attend a court-approved traffic class at your own expense, 
  • maintain a valid driver’s license and insurance, and 
  • receive no new citations for 6 months or the term ordered by the Court.

If you complete the program your citation will be dismissed.