I was told there is a site you can go on to view photo enforcement tickets ,but I cannot find the site.Any suggestions?
The URL appears on your notice of your infraction. You can also try www.violationinfo.com, but you'll need your infraction number and pin number, both of which are on the notice of infraction.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Go online and go to the URL listed on the ticket. That should take you to the photo.
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Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer
Go to the website listed on the ticket and you will be able to view the photo enforcement ticket there. If you don't have a copy of your ticket but do know the city you received it from, try going to the website for the city and look for information they have regarding photo enforcement infractions or call the city and ask where you can find it.
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