What about a no liability insurance ticket?

If you receive a ticket for no insurance and you had insurance at the time of the ticket, you may file proof of insurance with the Court Clerk, pay $25 administrative costs,  and the charge will then be dismissed and not go on your driving record. If you obtained insurance after you were given the ticket, you may file proof of the insurance with the Court Clerk and your penalty will be reduced to $250 or you may request a mitigation hearing (box 2) to explain the circumstances and show your policy to the Judge. However, you must do either within the 15 day response time.

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1. What is an infraction?
2. What must I do if I received an infraction?
3. What should I wear and how should I act in court?
4. What is a mitigation hearing?
5. What is a mitigation hearing by mail?
6. What is a contested hearing?
7. What is a contested hearing by mail?
8. What is a deferred finding?
9. What is a deferred hearing by mail?
10. May I have a lawyer at a contested hearing?
11. Is there a right to appeal?
12. Will a traffic infraction appear on my driving record?
13. What if I do not pay my ticket or appear for a hearing?
14. What about a no liability insurance ticket?
15. What is a Correction Notice?