Resolving a Traffic Violation with the Las Vegas Court House

When the rear view mirror lights up with the police officer’s lights, the nervous butterflies start in.  Instantly a person review the past few miles . . . speeding, a missed stop sign, texting?  The most confusing part, though, may not be trying to frantically find the car’s registration and the driver’s license.  It just may be the answer to the question, “What next?”

Where to go?

What to do?

A person does have a few options when it comes to dealing with Traffic Citation Warrants.  To resolve this problem with the Las Vegas Court House one of the following actions must be taken:

First, he or she can schedule a court appearance to the Justice Court Traffic Office, in the Las Vegas Court House.  Even before that appearance, he or she will still be required to deposit the full bail amount (including warrant fees) or the warrant will still be in effect until recalled by the judge.  Another way to resolve the traffic warrant is to contact an attorney to complete these actions for you.

Or, a person may choose to pay the full bail amount listed on the notice of warrant.  It will not be valid if the complete amount is not paid.  And the warrant will not be taken care of until the full payment is posted and the check or money order has been cleared by the financial institution.  This method of resolution can be done by physically going to the Las Vegas Court House, to the Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic Office (located on the first floor of the Regional Justice Center), or by using the online payment system.

The Las Vegas Court House has some specific instructions pertaining to post traffic violation rules.  The Las Vegas Township Justice Court accepts all traffic citations with in the existing Las Vegas Township from eight to five, Monday through Friday.  Violators can pay their tickets by telephone or Internet using his or her Debit Card, Visa Card or Master Card.  Or, by making an appearance in the actual Traffic Office, a person can pay using cash, Debit card, Visa, MasterCard, a personal check, a money order or a cashier’s check.  To ensure that your money is going to the correct citation, it is important to write the citation number on the check.

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