According to 31st District Court Judge Alexis Krot, the online resolution system is a logical fit with the Court’s customer service mission. “Offering online resolution of traffic tickets fits squarely with the Court’s larger goal of improving customer service by seeking new and innovative ways of conducting business,” said Judge Krot. “The Court understands that not everyone has the option of taking time from work or school to come to court to address a traffic ticket. The online resolution system provides an alternative method for drivers to have a ticket reviewed by the City Attorney without having to make a trip in person to the courthouse.”
The online ticket resolution system allows courts to handle many types of high-volume infractions completely online, saving time and money for citizens and courts. Rather than limiting judicial or law enforcement discretion, the software gives decision-makers the ability to resolve cases rapidly. Its 24/7 access and education component also empowers drivers to work with the court to resolve minor violations informally, and at a convenient time.
The 31st District Court is one of 18 district courts across Michigan offering this online option to their citizens, including six courts in Metro Detroit.
Motorists who have recently received a civil traffic infraction violation in Hamtramck can visit www.courtinnovations.com/MID31 to resolve the matter online.