If you do not pay for or respond to a parking ticket or camera violation, then approximately 100 days after it is issued, the City will enter a default judgment on the ticket for the entire amount plus penalties and interest.
You can request a hearing for tickets in judgment only if they are less than one year old from the judgment date. To request a hearing, the registered owner or an eligible representative must first submit a Parking / Camera Violations Request for Hearing After Judgment form. An authorized representative is someone who has written permission from the registered owner to represent them. On this form you must explain why you did not respond to the ticket in time.
If the Request for Hearing After Judgment is granted, a judge will hear your defense to the parking ticket or camera violation. Please note that you will not be able to request an adjournment. If the judge decides not to grant a hearing for your tickets in judgment, you will have to pay any outstanding amount due.