Copyright 2022 by Forsyth County, Georgia
If you have received a
traffic citation issued by Georgia State Patrol or the Forsyth County Sheriff's
Office as the result of a traffic accident, this is a "Must See Judge"
offense. Therefore, you must appear in court on the date listed on
your traffic citation. Failure to appear before the Judge on the date indicated
on your citation could result in your license being suspended or a bench
warrant being issued. These citations can NOT be paid online.
In most situations, if
your citation is NOT a "Must See Judge" offense, your citation should
be available to pay online in approximately 14 - 21 business days from the date
you received your citation. If you are unable to access your citation
online, please call the Forsyth County State Court Clerk's office at 770-781-2120
option #3, Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. for assistance.
various ways to pay for Traffic Citations:
OPEN RECORDS ACT
Prior to making a
request for open records, citizens and entities should familiarize themselves
with the Georgia Open Records Act, specifically O.C.G.A. § 50-18-72 which specifies what types of
public disclosure are not allowed, and O.C.G.A. § 50-18-71 which details the
costs expected to be recovered by the County for Open Record requests requiring
searching, retrieval, redaction and coping of documents. This section
also includes requests fulfilled by the County, but not paid for by the
person(s) or entity making the request.
The Forsyth County
Solicitor-General’s Office is NOT the custodian of records relating to criminal
For criminal case records
please direct your requests to:
Clerk of Court
The mission of the Forsyth County Solicitor-General's Office is to aggressively prosecute all misdemeanor cases while protecting victims of crime and keeping them informed about the criminal justice process.
101 E. Courthouse Square
Cumming, GA 30040