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Traffic Law


These organizations may provide assistance with some aspects of traffic and DMV issues.  Contact these organizations directly for more information about the services provided.

Carol Miller Justice Center – Sacramento Traffic Court
301 Bicentennial Circle (916) 875-7800
The Carol Miller Justice Center houses the Traffic division of the Sacramento Superior Court. Users can file traffic documents, and pay fines and fees at this court.

Drivers' License Reinstatement Clinic (VLSP)
2411 Alhambra Blvd. Ste. 110 (916) 551-2155
Services Provided:  Assistance with reinstatement of their California driver's licenses. VLSP can advise a client as to how to resolve issues that led to the suspension of the client's driver's license, such as Failures to Pay or Appear. Appointments are made for the week on Monday mornings. The office open at 8am, and the line for appointments begins forming at 6am.

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The Judicial Council creates a few of the forms needed for traffic issues. Sacramento County Superior Court also creates forms for use in this county specifically. For other situations, you may need to create your own forms. Our Research Guides & Step by Steps have instructions and samples for many commonly-used forms.

Judicial Council Forms (
These mandatory forms can be filled out online.

Sacramento County Local Court Forms (
These cannot be filled out online. You can print them out and complete them by hand.

Sacramento County Public Law Library has prepared forms for some common situations for which there is no Judicial Council or local form. See the guides listed below to access the relevant forms.

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The Law Librarians have created these research guides as an aid for those starting a legal research project. These guides recommend print and electronic resources that will help you find answers to your law-related questions. Guides marked "Step-by-Step"  provide step-by-step information, as well as sample forms, for common legal procedures.  

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Everyday Law and Ask the County Law Librarian articles are written by Law Librarians on a variety of common legal issues.  

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Expunging Your Criminal Conviction (41:08)
Explains how to ask the court to dismiss your convictions and expunge your record. You will learn how to obtain and read your criminal record, and how to complete the necessary forms.(Click here for written instructions and samples.)