TRAFFIC TICKET LINKS
To plead and/or pay a New York City TRAFFIC Ticket (also parts of Buffalo and Rochester).
To obtain information on tickets originating outside the 5 boroughs,
Buffalo & Rochester, but within the state of New York,
the local court where the ticket is returnable must be contacted directly.
If information is not available but ticket(s) are known to be outstanding within the state of New York,
a driving record from NYS DMV must be obtained (see link below) to research local court tickets.
To obtain your New York State DMV driving record.
To obtain an electronic copy of a NYC traffic ticket.
Known as a substitute ticket, it is useful for only the most basic information about a charge,
for the plea form and to check a case in in a hearing office, but it is not a true substitute
of an original ticket which has all the pertinent information as issued by the issuer.
To file an Appeal of a NYC traffic ticket hearing:
To check if your New York State driving privilege is valid, suspended or revoked,
see how many points are on your record, and/or if your license is expired.
NYS DMV Directory of points and how DMV assesses penalties based upon points.
* Note many penalties including suspensions and revocations can occur for reasons other than points.
NEW YORK STATE & CITY CRIMINAL COURT TICKETS
New York State Open Criminal Court case tracking
Criminal Court ticket (C-Summons) information is sometimes,
BUT NOT ALWAYS, accessible via this link.
Most C-Summonses (pink tickets) issued in the 5 boroughs
will not appear in the system in the early phases, at a minimum.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY TICKETS
To search for and obtain information on New Jersey tickets (parking and moving violations).
You will need the license plate number of the vehicle involved and the complete
ticket number including court code and prefix