The Warrick County Infraction Deferral Program is a voluntary program authorized by law to allow a driver with a good driving record to maintain that record. Entry into the program results in dismissal of the ticket. For most drivers full compliance to the program entails payment of the deferral fee and not receiving any criminal offenses or traffic tickets for one the next 12 months. The ticket will be re-filed if the driver fails to comply with the Program terms and conditions. Drivers between 16 and 24 years of age who are ticketed for a moving violation will be required to participate in a Driver Safety Program/Defensive Driving Course.
When a driver successfully completes the Traffic Deferral Program, “points” are not assessed against the driver’s record. This allows a good driver to maintain a clean driving record and prevent the increase of auto insurance rates as a result of this ticket.
- No points against your driving record
- Dismissal of ticket
- Insurance rates may not increase
- Receipt by us of tickets from law enforcement agencies
- Our preliminary review of tickets for Program Eligibility
- Mailing of letter setting out Program Eligibility and Infraction Deferral Agreement for review by motorist.Click Here to view Sample Letter and Agreement
- Driver reviews and answers the Program Eligibility Questions 1-20.
- If eligible for the Program, the Driver to read and sign the Agreement.
- Driver to submit the $195.00 Program fee and Agreement with original signatures seven (7) days prior to the Court date to:
Warrick County Clerk’s Office
Sarah Topper, Clerk
Warrick County Judicial Center
One County Square
Boonville, IN 47601
Other Contact Info:
Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
Monday Night Court – 5pm
- It is imperative that once on the deferral program you do not receive any additional tickets during your term of deferral. Additional tickets or violations will result in your forfeiture of deferral fees and require you to pay a court fine and the costs.
- If you fail to pay the Program fee or provide the signed Agreement to the Clerk in a timely fashion, you may be denied participation in the Program and you MUST appear in Court or pay your ticket. Call the Warrick County Clerk at (812) 897-6160 for information about the cost of the ticket.
For Information about Driver Safety Program/Defensive Driving Course
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