Lost Traffic Ticket in VermontPage OverviewSUMMARY: How to Find Lost Vermont Traffic Ticket Information
If you lost your VT traffic ticket, you'll need to contact the Vermont Judicial Bureau or the police department in the county where you received your ticket. You may be asked to provide your driver's license number, license plate number, and birth date.
Continue reading this page to learn about lost Vermont traffic tickets.
Vermont doesn't offer an online lost ticket search option. The most you can do is search online for the VT law enforcement agency in the city you were cited and contact them ASAP for details about your lost ticket, including how you can take care of the VT traffic ticket within 20 days of getting pulled over.
Contact the Vermont police department for the city where you were cited. You'll need to inquire with a clerk about the details for submitting your plea to the court (admitted, no contest, or denied) in a timely manner. Or, if you can obtain the traffic citation number over the phone, you can opt to pay your VT traffic ticket online and skip having to get your answer in to the court.
NOTE: Even if you have lost your Vermont traffic ticket, you still must respond or pay it within 20 days of receiving the original citation.
Once you track down information on your VT traffic ticket, determine how you want to plead. In Vermont, you have three options:
A plea of "admitted" or "no contest" requires you to pay the associated Vermont traffic ticket fines. You'll also face additional points on your VT driving record. For more on this, check out our page on Paying Your Vermont Traffic Ticket. Your other option is to plead "not guilty" and dispute your traffic violation before a judge. There's also an option to take a court decision one step further by appealing it. To learn how, visit our page on Fighting Your VT Traffic Ticket.Other Topics in This Section