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A photo radar or red light ticket will come in the mail to the address you have listed with MVD. Knowing the process will help you decide the next step to take for the result you want.
If you're not home when the process server comes a court might say it's okay to serve you by mail. A ticket mailed with an Order for Alternative Service requires a response.
If you respond by mail you are accepting or "waiving" service, even if you are saying you weren't the driver. Before waiving service, know your options and choose how your case will go.
Arizona law says a non-criminal traffic ticket must be served within 90 days of being filed. The ticket must be filed within 60 days of the violation. Check the filing and violation dates.
When you view your photos and video online you are not waiving service. When you see the photos in the mail you are not waiving service. When you respond, you may be waiving service.
If you send in your license, you waive service. If they think it's you, you'll have to pay or have a hearing. If you tell, they'll issue a ticket to the driver. Don't know what to do? Click here to email us for free help.