San Bernardino Traffic Court Details

Have a San Bernardino County traffic ticket? There are 8 San Bernardino courthouses that handle traffic tickets. This includes Barstow traffic court, Big Bear Lake traffic court, Fontana traffic court, Joshua tree traffic court, Needles traffic court, Rancho Cucamonga traffic court, San Bernardino traffic court, and Victorville traffic court.

Types of Violations
Your citation may include the following types of violations:

San Bernardino County Traffic Ticket

Misdemeanor Violations
Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed by any law of this state, misdemeanor offenses are punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months, or by a fine not exceeding $1000 (plus assessments and fees), or by both.

Infraction Violations
An infraction is a violation of, or failure to comply with, certain provisions of the Vehicle Code, local ordinance or other law or statute. An infraction is not punishable by imprisonment; the maximum sentence on most infractions is a $250 fine (plus assessments and fees). You may not be sentenced to alternate jail time on an infraction and cannot have a trial by jury unless an infraction is combined with a misdemeanor charge.

Misdemeanor Violations
Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed by any law of this state, misdemeanor offenses are punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months, or by a fine not exceeding $1000 (plus assessments and fees), or by both.

Mandatory Appearance
You may have been cited for a violation which requires you to appear in court. If proof is also required, you must bring the proof to your scheduled appearance date. Failure to appear may result in a warrant being issued for your arrest and a hold being placed on your driver’s license. Mandatory appearance citations cannot be paid without first appearing in court.

Proof Of Correction (POC)
Proof of Correction is a “Fix It” citation. It allows you to show the violation has been corrected and to pay a mandated Proof of Correction fee.

For more information about the locations of the San Bernardino courthouses, their contact information, and hours operations, please see below.

San Bernardino County Traffic Court

Barstow Traffic Court

The Barstow traffic court is located on East Mountain View Street and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Barstow area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Barstow, San Bernardino courthouse:

Barstow District, San Bernardino County Court – 235 East Mountain View Street, Barstow, CA 92311

Phone: (760) 718-3700

Big Bear Lake Traffic Court

The Big Bear Lake traffic court is located on Summit Blvd and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Big Bear Lake area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Big Bear Lake Area, San Bernardino courthouse:

Big Bear District, San Bernardino County Court – 477 Summit Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

Phone: (760) 718-3700

Fontana Traffic Court

The Fontana traffic court is located on Arrow Blvd and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Fontana area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Fontana, San Bernardino courthouse:

Fontana District, San Bernardino County Court – 17780 Arrow Boulevard, Fontana, CA 92335

Phone:  (909) 350-9322

Joshua Tree Traffic Court

The Joshua Tree traffic court is located on White Feather Road and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Joshua Tree area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Joshua Tree, San Bernardino courthouse:

Joshua Tree District, San Bernardino County Court – 6527 White Feather Road, Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Phone: (760) 974-3048

Needles Traffic Court

The Needles traffic court is located on Bailey Avenue and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Needles area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Needles, San Bernardino courthouse:

Needles District, San Bernardino County Court – 1111 Bailey Ave, Needles, CA 92363

Phone: (760) 718-3700

Rancho Cucamonga Traffic Court

The Rancho Cucamonga traffic court is located on Haven Avenue and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Rancho Cucamonga area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino courthouse:

Rancho Cucamonga District, San Bernardino County Court – 8303 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Phone: (909) 350-9764

San Bernardino Traffic Court

The San Bernardino traffic court is located on West Third Street and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the San Bernardino area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the San Bernardino courthouse:

San Bernardino District, San Bernardino County Court – 247 West Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415

Phone: (909) 384-1888

Victorville Traffic Court

The Victorville traffic court is located on Civic Drive and is the location for all traffic ticket violations in the Victorville area and surrounding vicinity. 

Here is the official website for the Victorville, San Bernardino courthouse:

Victorville District, San Bernardino County Court – 14455 Civic Drive, Victorville, CA 92392

Phone: (760) 245-6215

How to Beat a San Bernardino Traffic Court Ticket

San Bernardino County Speeding Tickets

The lights are flashing, the siren is blaring and you just handed the traffic officer your license, registration and proof of insurance. All because you were driving over the speed limit. Again! It doesn’t feel great does it? Don’t despair though, getting caught is always a wake-up call but the good news is that fighting a speeding ticket is not too difficult under the right circumstances.

San Bernardino County Red Light Tickets

Fighting a red light ticket may be easier than you’d ever think! But first, you’ll want to make double sure that all of the information reflected on the ticket is actually accurate. Unfortunately, with the rise of fraud and identity theft, there have been some cases of con-artists mailing out falsified tickets. Check your name, address and vehicle information closely for anything that seems missing or incorrect. Once you’re sure it is a legitimate document, you can begin to examine various forms of defense and move forward with contesting a red light ticket.

San Bernardino County Cell Phone Tickets

We all know the feeling. You’re multi-tasking your way through a busy morning and you quickly use your cell phone while you’re behind the wheel of a car. Suddenly highway patrol magically appears out of nowhere, pulls you over and slaps you with a cell phone ticket. As you watch them drive away it’s easy to give in to the despair and just pay up. However, fighting a cell phone ticket is actually a little simpler than you may think, especially if you’ve done a few key things correctly.

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