Court Calendar – Matters regarding traffic violations are heard on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Would you prefer to pay your traffic violation fine in advance so you don’t have to attend court? Most traffic infractions may be prepaid prior to the scheduled court date. Use the link below to see if your fine can be prepaid.
Complied With Law
The following charges may be complied with law by presenting appropriate documentation of compliance and $66.00 court costs to the court BEFORE the assigned court date on your summons.
- Defective Equipment
- Expired Inspection & Rejection Sticker violations
- No O.L. in possession
- Fail to Update Address with DMV
- Improper display of License Plates
- Improper Tint
- Expired Registration
Motion to Rehear
If convicted by the General District Court, you have the right to file a motion to reopen your case within 60 calendar days after your trial date. You must file your motion in person, or in writing if you live more than 50 miles from the court. Motions to reopen will be granted only upon a showing of good cause.
Monday through Thursday: Motions must be filed no later than 11:00 am and will be heard on the 1:30 pm docket the same day.
Friday: Motions must be filed no later than 10:00 am and will be heard on the 11:00 am docket the same day.
If you file a motion to rehear, a General District Court Judge will decide if there is good cause to reopen your case and then handle it accordingly if reopened.
If convicted by the General District Court, you have the right to appeal within 10 calendar days after your trial date. You must appeal in person, or if you live more than 50 miles from the court, it may be done in writing. Once you appeal, a new trial date will be set in Henrico County Circuit Court.
*** If you have further questions, you may contact an attorney. The Clerk’s Office staff is prohibited from giving any legal advice ***
** You also can contact Central Virginia Legal Aid at (804) 344-9857 **