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How do I know if I’m the subject or target of a citation?
The best way to identify the subject is to be the one who receives a citation.
Here are some ways to do that: • Look for a police officer’s license plate number.
• Look at the date and time the citation was issued.
• Make sure the citation states the reason for the citation.
• Ask the officer about the court and how long the court is being held.
• Check with the court to see if there are any court dates scheduled for the court.
• Call the court directly and ask if you are being ticketed for a violation of a code of conduct or a traffic ordinance.
• Try to get a copy of the citation from the police officer who issued it.
• If the court says the officer’s written statement is not correct, ask to see the citation, and make sure you get a signed copy.
The officer will usually give you a signed statement that says the citation is not valid.
• Read the court’s decision and ask to have it reviewed.
• File a complaint with the city attorney.
• Contact the city solicitor.
• Keep in mind that, in most cases, traffic court citations are valid for up to 10 days, and are typically not overturned.
• The court has a policy of requiring people who receive citations to sign them before the citation can be served.
The city solicitor can usually order the person to sign the citation if he or she believes it is valid.
If you get ticketed, your ticket is valid, and the ticket is signed, but you have not been served, contact the city clerk’s office or city solicitor’s office.
If the person has not been issued a citation, the person can request a copy by calling 311.
You may also have to get the court served by mail or by fax.
Call 311 if you don’t know how to get served.
• Get your driver’s license or state ID number if you need it to get around the traffic court.
If your driver license or ID number is not on file, the court can not issue a citation or issue an arrest warrant.
If a citation is issued to you, call 311 and tell them that you need to get your license and identification number.
You can also file a lawsuit in court, which is how many people who get ticket fines have sued in court.