Frequently Asked Questions
You can pay for your ticket through our payment processing website located here!
You can also send payment to, or pay in person at our courthouse located at:
34th District Court
11131 Wayne Road,
Romulus, Michigan 48174
You can pay for your ticket through our payment processing website located here, by sending in a check or money order made out to the 34th District Court, via the drop box for after hours payments or by appearing at the court during our normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Be sure to include critical information for proper payment processing such as a name, case number and a phone number so that the court can contact you with any questions about your payment.
*Please note that any payment made with a debit or credit card online or in person at the court will incur a service fee.
Also, bear in mind that your own bank may take time to move the money from your account, 24-48 hours from date of payment depending on which bank you use.
1. Follow this link to our ROA-Lookup website:
2. Read the 'Disclaimer' that pops up, and click 'Okay'
3. Enter your name in the style of (Last-name, First-name): Smith, John
4. Find the Register of Actions that matches your name and Ticket Number
5. If you do not see your name, or your ticket number, and you got your ticket within the past 5 business days, it may not be entered yet. If you are concerned, please get in contact with us via the phone.
6. On the Register of Actions, scroll down to see if your payment has been received, and what the remaining cost is.
While it varies depending on each individual situation, in most circumstances, there are a few options available to someone with a ticket. For example, someone accused of a Civil Infraction has the options of:
- To admit responsibility for the violation and pay the amount indicated on the ticket within 14 days of receiving the violation. This may be done in person at the court or by mail.
- To admit responsibility with an explanation attached to the ticket describing any special circumstances within 14 days of receiving the violation. Your written explanation must state that you are admitting responsibility and must be signed. A prosecutor will review the ticket and your explanation. You will be notified by mail of the prosecutor’s decision.
- To deny responsibility. You must contact the Court and request a hearing, either by mail, telephone, representation or in person, within 14 days of receiving the violation to deny responsibility.Failure to respond to a civil infraction within the allowed time period will result in the entry of a default judgment against the driver. Points will be placed on the driver’s record and the secretary of state may suspend the driver’s license. Before driving privileges can be restored, it will be necessary to pay the judgment amount as well as any late fees and a mandatory license reinstatement fee.
We also have a selection of forms available for Civil-Specific Forms available in a succinct list here.
Monday through Thursday