Michigan Supreme Court – Online ticket review helps make courts more accessible and efficient

LANSING, MI, June 8, 2015 – A pilot online program is making resolution of minor disputes and violations faster and easier for citizens, courts, and law enforcement. Online ticket review was launched this week in East Lansing’s 54B District Court and is already running in Pittsfield Township, City of Ypsilanti, City of Saline, Northfield Township, Highland Park, and Bay County.

By following an easy online procedure, the public can resolve certain tickets, outstanding fines, and missed court dates without missing work. “Online ticket review helps to make the justice system more accessible and convenient for the public,” said Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young. Jr. “The system also saves time for judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement, making our justice system more efficient.”

“Technology is driving positive change throughout our court system,” said Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack. “Going to court is stressful enough, let alone having to miss work. Online ticket review takes the stress out and helps to resolve the case more quickly and efficiently. That’s good news for both the public and the courts.” The key benefits of online ticket review include […]

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