Traffic Tickets

Tickets may be charged in the Circuit or Municipal Court of where the alleged incident occurred.  Review your ticket carefully to make sure you appear in the right court.  Some citations require you to appear in court, while for others you can just pay a fine.  An attorney can assist you in determining these differences, and make recommendations for how to proceed.

The attorneys at Jacobs · Polidora do not represent clients in all of the following types of traffic tickets, but may be able to give advice or make referrals as needed.

Some examples of traffic tickets include:

  • Speeding
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  • Reckless Driving
  • Careless Driving
  • Driving without a Valid License
  • Driving without Auto Insurance
  • Running a Red Light or Stop Sign
  • Distracted Driving

Note: these listed offenses are examples of some of the types of tickets issued, and is not intended to be a complete list of all traffic tickets identified in Wyoming criminal statutes and city ordinances.

Note: If you pay your ticket at the courthouse without attending court you have essentially pled guilty and fighting the ticket will be difficult.  Please consult an attorney prior to paying any fine listed on a traffic ticket.