Traffic Citations & Courtesy Bail Notices
If your violation is listed in the Uniform Fine and Bail Schedule as a Mandatory Appearance, you must appear in court before the judge to resolve your case. If your violation in not listed, you must contact the Court at (801) 284-4280 for more information.
If you received a Courtesy Bail Notice for your traffic citation, you may forfeit bail by mailing in the full amount listed on the notice. Please include a copy of your citation or list your case/citation number on your check or money order and mail to:
Murray Municipal Justice Court
688 E Vine Street
Murray, UT 84107
You may also pay via the internet.
Keep a copy of all documents, checks, etc., for your records.
This Court does not offer traffic school. However, If you are interested in keeping the points off of your driving record, you may qualify for a Plea in Abeyance. To qualify, you may not have any violations on your driving record in the last three years and have a valid Utah Driver License. The Traffic Clerk will assist in this process and is available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on a walk-in basis.
For Drivers under the age of 25, you may qualify for the Alive at 25 driving course. To qualify, you may not have any violations on your driving record in the last three years and have a valid Utah Driver License. The Traffic Clerk will assist in this process and is available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on a walk-in basis.
For Utah Driver License inquiries, you may contact the Driver License Division at (801) 965-4437 or visit their website at DLD Utah.
Plea in Abeyance
A Plea in Abeyance is a GUILTY or NO CONTEST plea held by the Court for a certain amount of time. During this time, the Court will not report the violation to the Driver License Division as a conviction, but rather as a plea in abeyance. If the terms and conditions are successfully met at the end of the agreement, the plea will be withdrawn, charge will be dismissed and the case will be closed.
Every effort is made to contact you through your current address that is written on the citation (which is the address from the Utah Driver License Division). It is not the responsibility of the Court to send notice to any other address.
A delinquent fee of $125 is added to citations that are past due. A delinquent citation is also subject to a warrant being issued against the defendant and the driver’s license being suspended.If the Courtesy Bail Notice is returned due to non-delivery based on a bad address, the citation may become delinquent.