The Office of the District Attorney prosecutes violations of state traffic laws occurring within Caddo Parish. This includes tickets issued by:.
Any ticket issued by one of these agencies will be handled by the Office of the District Attorney. Not all traffic tickets are payable.
Some traffic offenses require a mandatory court appearance. Tickets issued for non-payable offenses will be set up for court and a notice will be sent to you at the address provided on your ticket. Payment can be made either in person or by mail. Money Orders and Cash are acceptable forms of payment.
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No personal checks or bank cards will be accepted. To expedite payment of your ticket and reduce waiting time, please have a copy of the ticket you are paying with you when you pay your ticket in person.
Please mail a copy of your ticket or write your ticket on your money order when you send it in. Please note that payment of a ticket constitutes a plea of guilty.
If you pay your ticket prior to enrolling in the program you are no longer eligible to participate in the program. For more information. You have the right to contest your ticket and appear before a judge in Court.
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Once your ticket has been set up for court, if you decide you want to pay your ticket out of court, this must be approved by the prosecuting assistant district attorney. If you wish to contest your ticket in court .
You will be notified at the address on the ticket with instructions for those offenses. It is not necessary to request an extension if you are submitting a request to be considered for the traffic pretrial program or if you are already enrolled in the program.
Participants in the Traffic Pretrial program have 25 business days from the date of enrollment to complete the program and therefore do not need an extension. To request an extension to pay your ticket. No partial payments will be accepted.
Request a Court Date You have the right to contest your ticket and appear before a judge in Court. You will receive notification of your court date by as well as by mail.