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No. There are a number of violations/offenses which do not require a court appearance. However, you will still be responsible for paying court/administrative costs, along with the amount of the fine for your offense. And, you must plead guilty as charged. View a list of Offenses and Fines.
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If you get a traffic ticket, and are guilty of the offense, then you should contact the Municipal Court at 334-705-5190 and get the fine amount. You must come in personally and pay the fine before the court date on the ticket. To plead guilty and pay your citation before going to court, several conditions must be met:
If you feel you are not guilty, then come to court on the date and time specified on your ticket. The Officer who issued you the ticket will have the burden to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The important thing to remember is if you don’t pay the ticket before your court date, and then you don’t show up for your court date, a warrant for your arrest will be issued, and your driver’s license will be suspended. So either pay the ticket off before hand or come to court!