If you have received a traffic ticket and
you want to pay the ticket you may be able to pay the ticket
without appearing in person at court. This is called a Waiver.
Most tickets can be waived. However there are some tickets that
cannot be waived. You must appear in court for the following
this is at least your 3rd ticket in a one year period.
you are charged with an offense that has a possible penalty of
you are charged with an offense that has a
of your driving privileges you cannot pay a waiver unless the
following applies: You are charged with Possession of Marijuana,
a minor misdemeanor and you consent to a 180 day license
suspension by filing with the court
Acknowledgment of Drug Suspension. You can Petition the Court
for driving privileges under the suspension by filing
and paying a fee of $50.00. Limited Driving Privileges are subject to random drug testing at Defendant's cost. Positive tests shall result in a revocation of privileges.
the officer has written Mandatory Court Appearance on your
If you are required to appear for court and
fail to do so then your driverís license may be suspended or a
warrant may be issued for your arrest depending on the type of
Waiving a ticket
If you can waive
the ticket you have the following options to pay your ticket:
You can mail the ticket with the fine and costs to the following
85 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 179
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WAIVER SCHEDULE
appear in person at the Court.
Note: e-filing is not presently
an option in this Court.
Not Guilty Plea
If you wish to plead not guilty you either
must appear in court or you may send a written not guilty plea
to the court using Form 1-05
Points for Traffic Offenses