Just a little over two years ago, we reported on a new trend in some courts: allowing people to fight their traffic tickets by mail. That was a departure from the traditional choices of paying your ticket, or having to go to court in person to fight it. Yet only two months later, we reported […]
Entries Tagged as 'states'
February 28th, 2015 · No Comments
January 28th, 2015 · No Comments
CourtReference loves court records. Each of our state guides has links to many different kinds of court-related resources, but the most popular are the links to online court records. If your court doesn’t have records online – or if you need to see the original hardcopy – each CourtReference state guide provides contact information for […]
December 29th, 2014 · No Comments
When people have a disagreement that can’t be resolved by simply discussing the problem, they may end up going to court for a resolution - especially if the disagreement involves something as important as family issues or large sums of money. Going to court can be very expensive if you hire a lawyer, and it still costs […]