Presiding Judge of Los Angeles County, Judge Kevin C. Brazile, Announces Immediate Temporary Relief for All Traffic and Non-Traffic Infraction Defendants for 90 Days!

The Los Angeles County Superior Court has been quickly and efficiently implementing numerous guidelines to address the COVID-19 health pandemic, seeking to maintain essential court operations while protecting the health of court staff and the general population.

Today, Judge Kevin C. Brazile, announced a 90-day grace period on all traffic and non-traffic tickets. As a response to the economic devastation many Los Angeles residents find themselves facing amid COVID-19, the court has announced that it will take no action to send unpaid traffic tickets to collections during this grace period and will take no action to assess the permissible Civil Assessments. Also, the court has announced that traffic infraction defendant who have suspended driver’s licenses due to unpaid tickets can now call the Court to set a future hearing date and immediately have the Court request a release on their Driver’s License Hold from the DMV.

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