You can't go to any courthouse as only one will have your case. You could call all the courthouses until you find the one with your case. You may get a letter in the mail outlining your options, but do not count on it. You could attempt to go to the citing agency (police, sheriff, highway patrol) and obtain a copy. They should be able to look it up by your name and date of birth. Be aware if this in an older ticket and you missed a court date they could arrest you on a warrant for failing to appear.
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Now you are singing a different tune than you were 28 minutes ago. Start calling the clerks of the courthouses near you to see if you have a court date. You will have to remember your date of birth but you can do that, can't you?
If you received a ticket in Los Angeles County you might be able to track it down online through the Los Angeles Superior Court website. It takes a while for it to hit the system. You can also check with clerk of court where ticket is pending.
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