UPDATE: The Johnson County District Attorney’s Office is not currently open to the general public due to COVID-19 affecting our community, but you can still handle most traffic citations remotely. The following protocol has been temporarily put in place:
We encourage you to handle your traffic citation through diversion if eligible as soon as possible, to avoid your need to go to court at a later date. If you would like to handle your traffic ticket now, many traffic citations can be diverted. If you have a citation and would like to inquire if your case is eligible for diversion, please contact the Johnson County District Attorney’s Traffic Diversion Unit at 913-715-3011. Please leave a message with your name, call back number and date of birth and a traffic case manager will return your call.
We will endeavor to handle all divertible traffic cases via mail, email or phone call. The usual $30.00 mail in fee for traffic diversion will be waived during this period.
Per Administrative Order 20-02, all traffic court dates scheduled between now and May 8th, 2020 have been rescheduled. Please go to jococourts.org to find your new court date or contact the Clerk of the District Court at 913-715-3470.
The traffic division of the District Attorney's prosecutes traffic tickets and misdemeanor traffic crimes investigated by the following law enforcement agencies:
- Johnson County Sheriff's Department
- Kansas Highway Patrol
- Johnson County Park Police
- Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
- Alcohol Beverage Control (Kansas Department of Revenue)
If you have a traffic-related questions you may: