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Las Vegas Justice Court suspending 270K traffic warrants

Posted at 3:25 PM, Apr 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-17 21:34:43-04

In an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, the Las Vegas Justice Court is suspending enforcement of about 270,000 traffic cases in warrant status until 60 days after the governor’s stay-at-home directive is lifted.

This means that anyone who has a traffic warrant issued for them from the Las Vegas Justice Court is not at risk of being arrested at this time. However, 60 days after the governor’s stay at home directive is lifted, those with outstanding traffic warrants from this court will again be held accountable for any outstanding warrants.

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For this reason, those with traffic warrants from Las Vegas Justice Court are encouraged to pay their fines and resolve them as soon as possible. Payments may be made online, over the phone, or by mail.

-- To make payments online, go to the court’s website at https://lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/Anonymous/default.aspx.

-- For automated phone payments, call (702) 671-3444 or 1-877-455-1289 anytime.

-- To pay by mail, send payments to: Las Vegas Justice Court, Traffic Division, 200 Lewis Avenue, 1st Floor, P.O. Box 552511, Las Vegas, NV 89155

Anyone who is not sure whether their citation or traffic case is from the Las Vegas Justice Court, or from a different local court here may use the court’s website to search for themselves.