The Michigan 19th District Court launched Matterhorn for online traffic adjudication in January, 2020. Read the news coverage.
Dearborn’s 19th District Court recently launched a new online resolution system that provides individuals with an opportunity to settle traffic tickets more quickly and efficiently.The Press & Guide
Citizens who receive traffic civil infractions in Dearborn and meet eligibility criteria can now contest tickets from the convenience of their home or location of their choosing without ever having to appear at the courthouse.The Arab American News
Chief Judge Gene Hunt explains why the court sought an online option:
We recognize that taking time from work, school or other obligations to wait in line at the courthouse can be frustrating….The court’s dedication to automated enhancements will help the Dearborn court continue to be effective and efficient in court operations, while enabling better public access.Chief Judge Gene Hunt, Michigan 19th District court
Congratulations to Chief Judge Gene Hunt, Court Administrator Eric F. Cyman, and the staff of the 19th District Court for increasing access to their court!
- Visit the court’s online resolution site.
- Read the full story in the Arab-American News
- Read the full story in the Press & Guide
- Read what courts with Matterhorn online traffic resolution have achieved