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Traffic Division

Virtual Traffic Court

To appear by teleconference on a computer or smartphone, use the following link: https://bluejeans.com/222181650

For those wishing to appear using a phone may call one of the following numbers: 1-408-419-1715 or 1-408-915-6290

When asked, enter the meeting ID: 222 181 650
If you want to show proof of insurance, driver's license, or registration prior to your court date, or if you have questions regarding your case or potential diversion, you can email traffic@saline.org.

County Attorney oversees the traffic division. Learn more today about traffic court and frequently asked questions to prepare. 

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Virtual Traffic Court

To appear by teleconference on a computer or smartphone, use the following link: https://bluejeans.com/222181650

For those wishing to appear using a phone may call one of the following numbers: 1-408-419-1715 or 1-408-915-6290

When asked, enter the meeting ID: 222 181 650
If you want to show proof of insurance, driver's license, or registration prior to your court date, or if you have questions regarding your case or potential diversion, you can email traffic@saline.org.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get a new traffic date from the County Attorney's Office?

No. Only the traffic judge has the authority to grant continuances for traffic court dates. Traffic court is held on the first and third Wednesday morning of the month, at 9:00 a.m. in Room 310 of the City-County Building, 300 West Ash, Salina, KS. If a person cannot reschedule the commitment, which interferes with his or her attendance, it is recommended that the person choose an earlier Wednesday court date to attend. When doing so, a person will need to go to the Clerk’s Office in Room 307 before going to court to advise the clerk to bring the file on his or her case. PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT MISSING A TRAFFIC COURT DATE MAY LEAD TO CERTAIN LEGAL CONSEQUENCES.

What do I do to if I have a bench warrant for my arrest?

If a bench warrant was issued for your arrest you need to either appear in Saline County District Court, Room 310, on the first or third Wednesday morning of the month at 9 a.m., hire an attorney to appear for you, wait to be arrested, or turn yourself into the Saline County Sheriff.

Do I need to appear in court to show proof of insurance, driver’s license or registration?

If you had valid insurance, valid registration, or a valid driver's license at the time of the ticket, you may mail in, email, or fax a copy and a legible copy of the ticket. You will need to call before your court date to see if we have received it and if that is all we needed. It is your job to check before your court date in order to be released from appearing in court. If you did not have valid insurance, valid registration, or a valid driver's license at the time the ticket was issued, you must appear in court. PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT MISSING A TRAFFIC COURT DATE MAY LEAD TO CERTAIN LEGAL CONSEQUENCES.

Does the County Attorney have a diversion program for speeding tickets and other traffic citations?

Yes. Defendants charged with certain traffic infractions may be eligible for diversion. Please see the Traffic Diversion Info & Application form under "Documents" on the left sidebar of this page. Certain traffic offenses are ineligible for diversion. See the Traffic Diversion Info & Application for a full list. Defendants with a commercial driver's license (CDL) are automatically ineligible for diversion of traffic or driving-related charges.
PLEASE NOTE: All requests which do not have all the required information enclosed will be denied. The amendment of a ticket is ultimately at the discretion of the County Attorney. All requests will be notified of either a decision to amend or denial of an amendment, by mail. NO PHONE REQUESTS FOR AMENDED TICKETS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Due to the high volume of requests, please expect to wait for 3 to 4 weeks for a response.

Can I pay my fines and court cost online?

Yes, you may pay your fines and court cost online at http://www.citepayusa.com. If you are having problems paying online, you will need to contact the Clerk of the District Court at (785) 309-5831.

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