What is the physical address for the Court?
A. You may visit the Court at:
Goodsprings Justice Court
23120 Las Vegas Blvd. So
Jean, NV 89019
Telephone 702-874-1405 - Fax 702-874-1612
What is the mailing address for the Court?
A. You can send all mail to the Court at:
Goodsprings Justice Court
PO Box 19155
Jean, NV 89019
I just want to pay my fine without appearing, what do I do?
A. You may pay the fine using any of the methods that we accept on or before the date on your ticket/citation.
What type of payment is acceptable?
A. This court accepts Cash and other payments by Credit Card (Master Card/Visa), Debit Card (Master Card/Visa), Money Orders, Cashiers Checks, Personal Checks and Business Checks.
- Valid Identification shall be presented with all payment types with the exception of cash.
- Payment plans are available for a fee of $10.00.
- You may also make payments online by clicking here.
How do I pay?
A. The methods to receipt payments include: At the counter, by mail, on-line, and phone and apply when taking bail, fine/fee and restitution.
Who do I make the check/money order payable to?
A. Make all checks/money orders payable to the Goodsprings Justice Court and send it to the mailing address at the top of this page. Also, be sure to write your citation number on the check/money order.
Will I receive a reminder about my traffic citation?
A. Traffic citations are a criminal complaint for a misdemeanor charge. You will not receive additional notice from the Goodsprings Justice Court.
If I was insured/registered/licensed at the time I was cited but did not have proof in the vehicle, what do I do?
A. You may make a copy of your proof and provide it to the court by fax, mail or e-mail on or before the date on your ticket/citation for the judge to review. Make sure that your name, address, phone number and citation number are included with your paperwork.
Do I have to appear on the date listed on my citation?
A. Traffic court is held every Wednesday at 9:30 AM. You may appear on any Wednesday up to and including the date on your ticket/citation or pay the amount due as long as the court has your citation on file. It takes up to 4 weeks for the court to receive your citation.
How do I make a request of the court without appearing in person?
You may make a request of the court in writing by mail, fax or e-mail. Make sure your name, address, phone number and citation number are on the request.
What to know when appearing in person.
A. It is important that you conduct yourself in a respectable manner while appearing in court. Additionally, you should dress conservatively. You are not required to wear any particular type of outfit like a suit but you should refrain from wearing shorts, tank tops, halter-tops, or shirts that show your midriff. All hats and sunglasses must be taken off prior to entering the courtroom.
Even though Nevada doesn't issue repairable item citations, what do I do if I received a repairable item citation - i.e. no front plate, or a broken windshield or mirror?
You must provide proof that you have fixed the problem on or before the date on your ticket/citation. If you provide proof then you could receive a possible reduction.
What if I want to plead not guilty?
A. You may plead not guilty either in person or in writing. A trial date will then be set and you will be notified by mail of that date. The full Bail amount must be sent to the court before the date on your ticket/citation. Please note that you must be present at trial.
What if my address is incorrect on the citation?
A. Please call or provide by fax or e-mail any change in your address.
How do I seal a charge that has been decriminalized in the State of Nevada?
A. See the form here.pdf. Please bring the completed form to the Goodsprings Justice Court. There is no fee. Assembly Bill 192, (Leg. 2019) changed various NRS but it does NOT include traffic laws.
How do I seal a charge that has not been decriminalized in the State of Nevada?
A. For charges that have not been decriminalized in the State of Nevada, please refer to the Clark County District Attorney's Seal Records Handbook. Click here
Can I ask for Community Service instead of paying my traffic citation fine?
A. If the Judge determines you are indigent you may satisfy your financial obligations through community service, you will need to request this community service option and demonstrate your inability to pay.