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Yes, you may request a reduction of your traffic ticket by mailing our office a copy of the traffic ticket, a letter requesting a reduction, and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Once received, your request will be reviewed and you should expect to receive a response in the mail within 7-10 business days. In the meantime, we recommend contacting the court to let them know you have sent a request to our office for a reduction by mail.
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In order to obtain a copy of your traffic ticket you must contact the Town or Village Court in which the ticket was received. The District Attorney's office does not have access to traffic tickets.
The District Attorney's office does not impose fines/surcharges. This is a duty of the court. For questions in regards to fines and surcharges, please contact the court directly.
The District Attorney's office does not have the ability to reschedule court dates. If you need an adornment, please contact the Town or Village court in which you received the ticket.