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SUMMARY: Find Traffic Ticket Information If you need to find a lost traffic ticket, you'll typically need to contact the agency that issued it.
The issuing agency should be able to find traffic citation numbers with your name, license number, and the date of traffic violation.
Traffic citations must first be received from the issuing law enforcement agency and entered into the Traffic system before you can view / pay your citation online.
Most citations are not received by the Court from the issuing law enforcement agency for up to 30 days from the date of the ticket (violation date).
Please note that this is a subscription-based service.
The traffic court won't accept a lost ticket as a valid excuse for late payment—so if you need to find traffic ticket information, you'll find our state-specific pages very helpful.
Plus, without the actual traffic citation in hand, it's hard to guess when the payment deadline or court date falls.
Please note, due to staffing shortages, telephone wait times may exceed 30 minutes.
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The suspension date listed on the letter goes into effect at midnight on that date.