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Under Oklahoma law, the court is required to transmit a violation within five days of the final disposition date to the Department of Public Safety. For additional questions, contact DPS at 405-425-2059.
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No. If a citation is paid before your scheduled court date, your court appearance is not required.
You may appear before the Municipal Judge or contact the Court Clerk's office for payment options.
If the citation is not paid, a warrant is issued. See Notice for warrant information.
Yes. A citation copy is required to accurately process your payment.
Yes. A driving record is available at any tag agency.
Yes. Your history is available with valid identification, a fee of $1 per page, and the completion of an Open Records Request.
Yes. Under Oklahoma State Law, a driver is required to carry a valid insurance verification in their vehicle. If you did not have valid insurance at the time of the stop, you are encouraged to appear in court.
You can either pay with cash, cashier's check, money order, or credit card at the Court Clerk's office or turn yourself into the custody of the Yukon Police Department. The Municipal Judge is contacted and will administer their judgment at the jail.
When a warrant is paid and closed, the Court Clerk's office will process a release for the suspended driver's license. It is your responsibility to obtain a copy of said release from the Court Clerk's office. This release is needed by DPS to reinstate your driver's license.
Take the release to the Department of Public Safety (DPS), 3600 N Martin Luther King, Oklahoma City. The phone number for Driver Compliance is 405-425-2059. The suspended driver's license is not reinstated until the requirements of the Department of Public Safety are satisfied.