**PLEASE NOTE: YOUR CITATION CASE NUMBER IS DIFFERENT THAN THE COURTS CASE NUMBER***
Reference the CITATION NUMBER - Not the case number
Do NOT pay your ticket online if you plan to take Traffic School.
Please call the court at (801) 785-1971 to make your payment and get emailed the Traffic School link.
Pay in person:
Appear at the Lindon Justice Court located at 100 N State Street, Monday – Friday (excluding most state & national holidays) between the hours of 8 am – 5:00 pm. Please Note: There will be a 3% service charge for all payments made by card; there will be no fee assessed for cash payments.
The Lindon City Justice Court offers Traffic School for minor traffic violations to those who qualify. Traffic School is available online and has two benefits: it removes the points on your license from the traffic violation, and the traffic violation is dismissed.
If you are interested in Traffic School, you MUST contact the Lindon Justice Court to verify that you qualify. You must register with the Lindon Justice Court before you are allowed to take traffic school. Please note that you may not take Traffic School without first signing up with the court clerk.
**Seat Belt Violation, a Vehicle Registration Violation, and a No Insurance or No Proof of Insurance Violation are NOT moving violations and do NOT qualify for Traffic School**
Fix-it tickets need to be signed off by an Officer then turned into the court within 14 days of the violation to be eligible for dismissal, if you need more time please contact the court so we can assist you with that. You can submit a fix-it ticket for dismissal, Monday – Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please contact the court with further questions regarding your fix-it ticket.
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
The City of Lindon Justice Court does the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for all small claims cases.
The City of Lindon Justice Court has jurisdiction over small claims cases if the defendant (person being sued) resides in Lindon City or the debt arose within the Lindon City limits.
Small claims can be filed for a claim up to $15,000. The claim must be for actual damages (can’t file for treble damages).
The fee to file a small claims case is as follows:
After the case is filed with the court, the plaintiff (person filing the claim) is responsible to serve the defendant notice of the suit.
PAPERWORK TO FILE SMALL CLAIMS CASE:
A violation of No Proof of Insurance can be dismissed when verification in the form of a letter is presented to the court with the following required information:
Email letter to email@example.com or present this letter in person at the address below:
Lindon Justice Court
100 North Center Street
Lindon, Utah 84042
Step 1. Go to https://bci.utah.gov/expungements/ to learn about the process, and apply for expungement.
Step 3. Bring in filled out paperwork and certificate OR certificate number to the court.
Step 4. The court will contact you once the Judge has signed off on the expungement and let you know your next steps with us, which will include payment and number of copies you will need.
Step 5. You will need to provide paperwork of expungement to all agencies. It is YOUR responsibility to serve the Expungement order to ALL of the affected agencies. You will receive 4-5 copies of the order to distribute as follows:
*Please note that until each agency receives the completed and certified packet, the case is not expunged in that agency.