Proof of correction can be obtained by having an authorized agent from any police agency fill out the certificate of correction located on either the reverse of the citation or the back of the courtesy notice. If the violations charged on the citation involve expired vehicle registration, expired license, no license in possession, or any violation involving a DMV process, a representative from the Department of Motor Vehicles may fill out the certificate of correction.
The certificate of correction must be received by the court, along with the required fine/fee, on or before the due date indicated on the courtesy notice or on at the bottom of the citation. If you fail to clear your citation by the due date, additional penalties in the amount of $325 will be added without further notice.
You may request one 30 day extension to obtain proof of correction by speaking with a traffic clerk. The clerk will need to know the citation number or the docket number located on the courtesy notice when requesting the extension. If a second extension is required, the defendant must contact the Traffic Division office to schedule a court appearance, as only a judge can grant additional extensions.