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I can’t find my court name. (All counties except LA)

It’s easy! For the rest of the state of California, selecting your court name isn’t anywhere near as complex as the LA County court system. 

  1. Select the county your court is located in. If you do not know the county, this website will help you figure that out.
  2. Once you select the correct county, you will be able to select your court from the list in “Ticket Issued Court”.

For all courts in LA County, we’ll ask you for your “Law Enforcement Agency” (LEA). To find your LEA, take a look at the LEA code listed on your courtesy notice. Your LEA is not necessarily the name of your courthouse. This is just how LA County does things! Type your LEA code in and click on the result for your LEA.

Example: If you are with the Santa Monica courthouse, you would type in 1965 and click on “1965 Santa Monica Police Department”.

Cannot find your court still?

This situation typically occurs for smaller courts when their traffic violations are actually processed by a larger court. Contact Aceable and we’ll get in touch with your court to find out who your traffic school course should actually be filed with. We’ll email you back once that information has been added to your profile. In the meantime, just select any court in that county and continue working on your course.

 


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