Millard County Justice Court does NOT offer traffic school.
Other Available Options:
If you have a Utah license, a defensive driving course is offered by the Utah Safety Council.
Please call 1-800-933-5943 for more information on when and where courses are available.
Once the course is completed, please DO NOT send the completion certificate to the Court, you need to send it directly to your local Driver’s License Division (DLD).
If you drive one year without being convicted of a moving traffic violation, half of the points on your driving record will be removed. If you drive two years without a moving traffic violation, all of the points on your record will be removed.
You can also remove 50 points from your driving record once in a three year period by attending an approved defensive driving course. Defensive driving courses or traffic safety schools are established or approved by each government and court jurisdiction. Contact the court in the area in which you received the ticket to ask if it has a list of approved programs.
WHAT IS DEFERRED TRAFFIC PROSECUTION?
- It’s an opportunity for those 21 years or older with a Valid Utah Issued Driver’s License to have your traffic citation dismissed from your driving record.
- You can apply online by answering questions in a guided interview thru MY CASE.
- You’ll pay a total fine and an administrative fee (the total fine is the same as it would be if you appeared in court)
- You’ll enter a plea and agree to not get a traffic conviction in a 12-month period
- The process is completely voluntary.
- You can choose not to participate in Deferred Traffic Prosecution and instead go through the normal processes. That would involve either paying a fine or going to court on your court date to challenge the ticket.
To receive more information about this program, please visit the court’s Deferred Traffic Prosecution website here