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ContactCriminal/Traffic UnitPhone: 503.655.8643 Option 1
HoursMonday through Friday, excluding legal holidays:
Public Counter: 8am – 12pm and 1pm – 4pm
Phones: 8 am - 12pm and 1pm - 4pm
807 Main Street, Room 200Oregon City, Oregon 97045 Map
It is important to review your traffic summons or citation as it contains important information such as:
If you choose to plead no contest by telephone, the violations clerk may accept your plea of no contest by telephone with the following exclusions:
Note: You MUST FOLLOW Options 1-3 on your ticket if you any of these exclusions apply.If you are charged with a crime, then you MUST appear at the court on the date, time, and location indicated on the ticket. If you fail to appear, a warrant may be issued for your arrest.
The Fifth Judicial District (Clackamas County Circuit Court) has created a Violations Bureau under ORS 153.800. Any person who gets a traffic violation will appear before the Violations Bureau. The Violations Bureau permits a violations clerk to take a plea of no contest or not guilty on violations that do not have a required court appearance. The clerk may determine the fine based on your driving record. A plea of not guilty cannot be taken by telephone.
The Clackamas County Circuit Court does NOT allow an extension for the appearance date. You MUST appear on or BEFORE the appearance date on the bottom of the citation. If you decide to appear in person, your appearance will not be in a courtroom. The Violations Unit is on the second floor of the courthouse, Room 200.The appearance date is the time set for you to decide how to proceed with your case. If you choose to plead no contest, the violations clerk may determine what your fine will be after looking at your driving record. If you choose to plead not guilty, a trial date will be set.
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