Is it possible to keep this ticket(s) off my driving record?

If you would like to ask whether options are available to you to keep the ticket(s) you received off your driving record, you will need to speak with the Prosecuting Attorney on your scheduled court date.  When your case is called, inform the Judge that you would like to speak to the Prosecuting Attorney about your options.  The Prosecuting Attorney will call your name when it is your turn, and you will then speak with her outside of the Courtroom.  If any options are available to you, she will inform you of those at that time.  Please note that the Prosecuting Attorney will not discuss any ticket(s) outside of court, or by phone, prior to your scheduled court date.

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1. I have been placed on probation, ordered to complete a program or community service, now what?
2. I received a ticket as a result of an accident. Do I have to appear?
3. Can I pay for this ahead of time and not appear?
4. How do I get a continuance?
5. Do I need an attorney?
6. Can I get a public defender?
7. Is it possible to keep this ticket(s) off my driving record?
8. How many points will this be on my driving record?
9. I received a ticket for no proof of insurance. Can this ticket be dismissed?
10. Where is the court located?
11. I am the victim or the City's witness in a Municipal Court case. How will I know when to come to court?