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Mitigation may take the form of a reduction in the presumptive fine, the ability to make incremental payments, or any other requests a defendant may have of the Court.

If you have received a ticket for a traffic violation or some other form of violation, there are important steps that you must follow. You are innocent until proven guilty and you have the right to defend yourself or to obtain an attorney for your defense. Because these are not criminal charges, you are not...

About the Emergency Services Department Sherman County's Emergency Services Department works to coordinate human and financial resources to provide the citizens of Sherman County and the public at large with the optimum level of emergency services. This department represents Sherman County Emergency Services at the regional and state levels. It also represents the county at...

About the Sherman County Justice Court Sherman County Justice Court is a limited jurisdiction court that processes citations issued by law enforcement agencies for traffic violations, boating violations, fish and game violations and other civil violations. The Court also handles small claims and eviction actions, and the Justice of the Peace performs weddings as the...

If you have received a ticket for a traffic violation or some other form of violation, there is a way to request mitigation. Mitigation must be requested prior to making any payment for that ticket. Visit the Justice Court page to review that steps you must follow to request mitigation and dispute a ticket. (Note...

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