Please review the 15th District Court's informal process for contesting a traffic ticket, as outlined in this post.
Student Legal Services' ("SLS") attorneys do not represent students in court for traffic ticket cases. We have found that the chance of success is so low that attending these hearings is not a good use of our limited resources. However, you should not be deterred in trying to contest the traffic ticket. There is no harm in trying.
Therefore, we ask that you take the time to review the following information. It should give you a general idea on this topic. However, students can still schedule an appointment with SLS to discuss/help prepare your case, as well as, to have the court process explained to you.
Please read the following sections to learn more about the 15th District Court's process, as well as, how to navigate the process. If you are seeking information on contesting a parking ticket, please visit the City of Ann Arbor's website on contesting a parking ticket.