Mooresville Town Court

26 S. Indiana Street                                                                                                                                               Mooresville, IN  46158                                                                                                                                                           317-831-1330

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYMENT

Ticket fine is due 30 days from date ticket written

PAYMENT OPTIONS

MONEY ORDER – made payable to Mooresville Town Court mail to address above

PAY CASH – Please hand carry cash payment to the court (do not mail cash)

PAY BY PHONE – with credit card at 317-831-1330. A convenience fee applies (3-4%) for charge card payments

A $25.00 late fee will be added for any payments made after due date

OTHER OPTIONS

You may request a pre-trial conference to discuss your options with the prosecutor.

You may qualify for the Traffic Deferral Program (application on right hand side of page)

You may contact the court and plead not guilty.  The court will notify you of the date and time to appear in court.

INFRACTION FINES AND COSTS

01 – 15 mph over          2 points            $150.00
16 – 25 mph over          4 points            $150.00
26 – 35 mph over          6 points            $150.00
36 mph and over                                   $150.00
Speeding in School Zone                         $200.00
Speeding in Work Zone                   Contact Court
Failure to Yield Emergency Vehicle           $200.00
Seat Belt / Child Restraint                      $  25.00
All Other Infractions                               $150.00
Ordinance Violations                       Contact Court
Driving While Suspended*                      $200.00

*NOTE:  Paying this fine for driving while suspended may result in further suspension of your license. To avoid further suspension, see info. regarding the Traffic Deferral Program.

OVERWEIGHT TRUCK VIOLATIONS

Contact the Court at 317-831-1330

PLEASE NOTE

The court does not return voice mail messages
Not reaching or contacting the court is not a defense in your case