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What if I have been issued a Local Ordinance or Wildlife Citation?

If you have been issued a Local Ordinance or Wildlife Citation, you must elect one of the following options
within 30 calendar days from the date the citation was issued:

  • Pay the civil penalty for the violation.
  • Plead not guilty and attend a court hearing to contest the violation.

All citations must be paid within 30 days.


What happens if I do not pay my Wildlife citation?

If your citation is not paid within 30 days, your citation will be set for an Order to Show Cause
hearing and will result in the assessment of delinquent fees and the addition of a second-degree
Misdemeanor charge.


Where can I pay my citation?

Payment must be made in person or by mail at the Traffic Division in the county the citation
was received. All citations must be paid within 30 days.


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