Little Rock Traffic Court

LITTLE ROCK – Effective immediately, Little Rock District Court, 2nd Division (Traffic Court), will handle as many of its cases via “virtual court” as possible, using the WebEx program. Ticket recipients should contact the court to make sure they get on the “Cyber-Docket.”  

This is part of the City’s response to the covid-19 pandemic. It comes following indications that the City’s court building will likely not be open to the public until July. And, when it opens, no more than ten at a time may be present in the courtroom—including the judge and court employees. Handling as many cases through the “Cyber-Docket” as possible will allow in court proceedings to move much smoother and quicker when the time comes to reopen the court building to the public.

The easiest, and quickest, way to contact the court to get on the Cyber-Docket is by emailing the court at You may call the court at (501) 371-4733 Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm. Please include the following details in any message you leave with the court in order to facilitate communications: Name, Date of Birth, Email Address, Phone Number, and a mailing address where you receive your mail.

Not all citations require a court appearance. At the City’s website,, clicking on “For Residents” pulls down a menu with a “Traffic Court” line item, at which one may track and deal with their citation.

WebEx, like Zoom, allows defendants to join by video or by phone. Invitations are sent by email the morning of court and defendants can join at the times they are assigned. If someone joins the session early, they should be prepared for a bit of a wait, but they’ll be able to observe how other cases are being handled.

This information applies only to Little Rock District Court, 2nd Division, which handles all traffic tickets issued inside the city limits of Little Rock

Do I have to appear in court?

Many tickets do not require a court appearance & may be paid on or before your court date. Other tickets require a court appearance. This includes DWI, appearance agreements, cash or surety bonds posted, and other charges or scenarios. A more detailed list can be found on our website at

To determine if you have to appear in Little Rock Traffic Court:

  1. Go to
  2. Select “Search by person name, business name or case type”
  3. Complete the following information
    1. Last Name:
    2. First Name:
    3. Date of Birth:
    4. Case Type: CY-City Docket Traffic
    5. Select “Submit”
  4. Select the ticket you are inquiring about
  5. Go to the event section to review your options:

Plea & Arraignment ONLY: You do not have to appear in the courtroom, but you can if you would like. You can pay your ticket on or before your court date.

*Please note that if the text beside your hearing says “CPw/DS” you are eligible to attend driving school to keep the violation off your record. This is a mandatory in court appearance and if paid without appearing in court, it will go on your driving record.

Mandatory Court: You must appear in court on the date scheduled.

Bond Hearing: You must appear in court on the date scheduled.

Trial: At your request, your case has been scheduled for trial and you must appear.

Teen Court: All proceedings involving defendants 17 & younger are mandatory court and the defendant must appear with a parent or guardian on the date scheduled.


If interested, you can contact the court to see if you are eligible to be set up for a phone hearing to resolve your ticket without having to wait or appear in person. (see contact info below)

How can I pay my citation?
You can make payments online, by phone or by mail.
Payment types: Check, Money Order, Cashier’s Check, Debit or Credit Card

Payments Online:

Go To

Payments by Mail:


Little Rock Traffic Court
Attn: Cashier
600 West Markham
Little Rock, AR  72201

Payments by Phone:

Payment Plan payments: 501-371-4648

New tickets or Other Cases: please contact the court at 501-371-4733.

Traffic Court Contact information:

The easiest way to get in touch with someone from Traffic Court will be via email. If you attempt to contact the court by phone and do not get an answer, please leave a message. The court will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
*When contacting the court, please make sure you leave your First & Last Name, Date of Birth, Phone number or email address.

Little Rock Traffic Court
600 W. Markham
Little Rock, AR 72201