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Sunday, September 24, 2017
What do I do if I received a voluntary assessment ticket but decide I want to plead not guilty?
If you decide to plead not guilty after receiving a voluntary assessment, you are requesting a court trial and must appear in court to defend the charge(s).

To plead not guilty, sign where indicated on the back of your ticket and mail the ticket or fax both sides of the ticket by the court date indicated.

If you fax the ticket, you should call (302) 739-6911 to confirm receipt. Directions are also indicated on the back of your ticket.

You will be notified of your court date, time, and location once you have requested to plead not guilty.

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1. What do I do when I get a traffic ticket?
2. How do I pay a voluntary assessment ticket?
3. What do I do if I received a voluntary assessment ticket but decide I want to plead not guilty?
4. What is Delaware’s Probation Before Judgment Program?
5. What should I do if I have lost my ticket?
6. My vehicle was towed by the Clayton Police Department. What do I do to get it back?
7. Where do I go to pay a parking ticket fine?
8. I want to file a complaint against a member of the police department. What do I do?
 
Town of Clayton
P.O. Box 1130
414 Main Street
Clayton, DE 19938

Ph: (302) 653-8419
Fx: (302) 653-2017
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