Why did the officer tell me the ticket was waivable?

Some violations are waivable. Read details about these types of violations and how to have them waived.

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1. Where is District Court Traffic located?
2. How can I pay my traffic ticket?
3. How can I make payments on my traffic violation fine?
4. When does the court close for payments?
5. Can I write a check for my traffic violation?
6. What is the mailing address for District Court Traffic?
7. Can I pay the court online?
8. Can I pay the court by phone?
9. How many points are on this violation?
10. How many days do I have to contact the court about my ticket?
11. Can I make partial payments to the court?
12. The court tells me they don't have the ticket yet. What do I do?
13. When can I see the Judge or Magistrate?
14. What time are walk-in arraignments?
15. How do I get a court-appointed attorney?
16. Why do I have a warrant, and how do I take care of the warrant?
17. Why did the officer tell me the ticket was waivable?
18. I got a default notice from the court. What does that mean?
19. I received a show cause notice from the court. What do I do?
20. Why do I need to appear at the court?
21. When are jail arraignments?
22. How long does it take for a credit card transaction to post?
23. How can I find information regarding my case?
24. Can I get something removed from my criminal record?