Traffic Court "Ability to Pay" - Local Report Back
For years, expensive traffic court debt and aggressive collections methods have unfairly penalized low-income people and kept many trapped in poverty - but several recent changes to California law and court rules have significantly improved protections for the rights of low income traffic defendants. With your help to ensure that local courts provide meaningful and accessible implementation of new traffic court policies, California can be a leader in protecting the rights of indigent court users!

Please use this form to let us know about your experiences, the advocacy you've been doing, and about traffic court practices in your community!

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Have you used any of the tools in the Back on the Road "Ability to Pay" Implementation Toolkit? If so, which one(s)?
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