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The Central Violations Bureau considers many factors to determine if you are eligible for an online fine reduction. In some circumstances, you still may be eligible for a reduction through the court. If you fall into one of the categories listed below, you may contact the court before the ‘appear by date’ listed on your citation to see if you are eligible for a fine reduction.
Yes, you may still be eligible for a reduction. However, if you enter a No Contest plea online (through the Central Violations Bureau website) you forfeit the option to resolve the citation any other way. Officers may suggest an alternate resolution, including taking a driving class or fixing the cited problem (broken taillight, etc.). If you have any questions, please contact the court where you are assigned to appear prior to the ‘appear by date’ located on your citation.
By entering a plea of No Contest, it means that you are not admitting guilt, yet you are not contesting the facts on the citation. You are assuming the responsibility of the citation and the imposed fine, whether it be reduced or the presumptive fine (fine listed on the citation).
Yes, you may be eligible for a fine reduction based on your driving history. Please contact the court where you are assigned to appear prior to the ‘appear by date’ located on your citation.
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