Coronavirus leads to suspension of traffic court, closure of police lobbies
Traffic Court in Stanislaus was suspended Wednesday through Friday, April 17 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Anyone scheduled for traffic court during that time period will, over the next few weeks, receive a written notice by mail with the date and time of their continued hearing, according to an announcement on the court’s website.
Law enforcement officers who write traffic tickets during this time are being instructed to schedule court dates 90 to 120 days out instead of the normal 60, according to Modesto Police spokeswoman Sharon Bear.
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