Monroe County, Indiana

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How do I get more information on the Infraction Diversion Program?
Law enforcement agencies issue citations for infraction traffic violations. You may be eligible for the Infraction Diversion Program. For more information on this program the Monroe County Prosecutor's Office oversees, please contact their office.
I can't afford to pay this ticket - What now?
If you need more time to pay the ticket, please don't hesitate contacting our friendly staff who will be happy to assist you with an extension. You must contact our office PRIOR to the APPEAR BY DAY provided on the citation or a Failure to Appear will occur which will result in a suspension of your license. Monroe County Traffic Division: 812-335-7274 or 812-349-5009
What if your ticket number (Citation or UTT#) doesn’t pull up in mycase.IN.gov?
Our office has not received the information from the officer yet. Please call back in a few days and we will happily assist you.
What if there is an “MC” at the end of the charge?
This means you’ve been ticketed with a misdemeanor offense rather than an infraction.
What do I do if I missed my traffic court date?
You may go to the walk-in traffic court sessions held on Fridays at 1:30 pm. The Prosecutor will hear the cases scheduled first, followed by walk-ins which are handled first come, first serve.
When I pay online, how long does it take before your system reflects my payment?
It may take up to 72 hours for the payment to reflect in our system.
Once I pay my ticket, how long will it take for the BMV to be notified?
Generally, we do our best to process data in a timely fashion. Please note it may take up to five business days for the BMV to be notified.
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