The District Attorney's Office handles approximately 25,000 traffic citations per year. A traffic citation is what you receive when you violate traffic laws in Oklahoma County. Below are 3 options with respect to resolving your ticket:
You may enter a plea by signing the back of the citation and mailing your fine to the Oklahoma County Court Clerk:
320 Robert S. Kerr
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
If you want to dispute your ticket, you may appear at the court clerk's office Monday to Friday or on your arraignment date, post a bond which is equal to the price of the ticket, and set your case for trial.
To discuss possible probation with the District Attorney's Office, you must appear at the district attorney's office traffic counter from Monday to Thursday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Prior to your traffic arraignment date. You cannot negotiate your ticket with the district attorney's office on your arraignment date.
Failure to take care of your ticket will result in a warrant for your arrest and your driver's license could be suspended.