How to Perform an Orange County Traffic Ticket Search
When You Know Your Case Number. Your case number is the same as your ticket number, which can be found in the upper right hand corner of your citation. Your case number can also be found on a DMV report, if you have one. You can access your Orange County traffic ticket by inputting your traffic case number: Orange County Traffic Ticket Search by Case Number.
When You Don’t Know Your Case Number. If you don’t know your Orange County traffic ticket number, you can search for it using your name. This is a little bit more of a pain in the ass because you have to enroll using an email address and password – but it is free to sign up. You can search by name by following this link: Orange County Traffic Ticket Search by Name.
If you are still having trouble finding your ticket, you can call me, Attorney Paul Denni, at 888-250-8450 and I can assist you.
So You Found Your Ticket Online, Now What?
After you’ve done your Orange County traffic ticket search, you now have to decide what to do with it.
Should you pay it? Should you fight it? Do you need to hire an attorney to help you deal with it?
As a Southern California traffic defense attorney, I assist people with traffic tickets in some limited situations where it makes sense to hire an attorney. Some examples of these “aggravated” traffic tickets include:
- You have failed to appear in court and there’s a VC 40509.5 hold on your driver’s license.
- You are not traffic school eligible.
- A mandatory appearance in court is required (the ticket cannot be paid online), such as a cigarette litter violation under VC 23111 or such as speeding over 100 mph under VC 22348(b).
- Your “traffic ticket” is actually a misdemeanor offense involving potential jail time, such as a driving on a suspended license charge.
For a free phone consultation to determine whether it’s best to hire an attorney, you can reach me (Attorney Paul Denni) by phone at 888-250-8450 or in the Contact Form below.