How should I prepare for my court appearance?

The City Solicitor will be available to discuss your case with you on your trial date prior to your appearance before the judge. You may call the court office at 770-719-4277 to find out the bond amount for your citation. Please allow 72 hours from the time you receive the citation for processing. The office is open Monday through Thursday from 8 am until 5 pm. If you are calling on a scheduled court date, we will return your call the following morning.

If you received a citation that does not require a court appearance you may pay in person, or pay Traffic Tickets online (with a credit card), or by mail. If you would like to pay in person at the court office, payments can be received until 5 pm on the day before your scheduled court date. Please note, there is a service fee for all credit/debit card usage on Fayetteville Pay Ticket and in the office.

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1. Do I have to show up in court or can I just pay my fine?
2. Where can I pay my traffic citation?
3. What happens if I can't pay my citation before court?
4. The officer kept my driver's license when he gave me the citation. How can I get it back?
5. I want to contest my citation. What do I do?
6. What does my signature on the citation mean? What happens if I refuse to sign?
7. Does Fayetteville Municipal Court allow an offender to take a defensive driving course for fine reduction/no points or ticket dismissal?
8. Are officers required to show you the radar gun or video when they stop you for speeding?
9. What is the dress code for attending court?
10. When is it mandatory to appear in court?
11. How should I prepare for my court appearance?
12. What other courts are in the area?