Yes. You must contest the ticket. Under Washington law, all infractions - traffic and non-traffic - are deemed committed UNLESS contested.
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If the ticket is not yet on your record and you still have time, the only way to keep it off your record is to request a Contested Hearing so you can challenge it. If you have not requested one, do it quick because there is normally a 15 day time period.Ask a similar question