Recognizing the economic and other hardships from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Los Angeles Superior Court has extended its initial 90-day grace period to pay traffic and non-traffic infraction fines by an additional 60 days. The grace period is in effect through August 21.
“The Court is making every effort to help people who may have lost a job or become ill during the pandemic,” said LASC Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile. “Recognizing the many hardships during this public health and economic crisis, we want to give people even more time to take care of these tickets.”
The relief announced today includes a 60-day extension on all traffic and non-traffic infraction matters. The Court will take no action to send such matters to collections if they remain unpaid or assess the permissible Civil Assessments.
For full details, go to https://sfvba.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/20-NR-Traffic-Grace-Period-Extended.pdf