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The court allows mitigation hearings in person and by mail. You may use the Mitigation by Mail Form (PDF) to mitigate your parking ticket. If you would like to contest your ticket, you must appear in person. Review the frequently asked questions about infractions to learn more about the difference between a mitigation and contested hearing.
Be sure to bring in a copy of your employee parking pass to your hearing or send in a copy with your mitigation by mail request. The court does take into consideration the fact that you possessed an employee parking pass at the time of your ticket.
Bring in or send in a copy of your valid handicap parking pass, your handicap parking ID card, and fill out the mitigation form below explaining the circumstances. RCW 46.19.050 requires that you sign a statement that establishes that the person operating the vehicle or being transported at the time of the infraction had a valid placard, special license plate, or special year tab at the time of infraction. Assuming these requirements are met, the court will dismiss your ticket.
Mitigation by Mail Form (PDF)Request for Hearing Form (PDF) (Parking Ticket)