Discipline Grid

Offense Class
Consequence Range / Term
Class 1
Includes, but not limited to:
  • Defective Lights
  • Equipment Violations
  • Failure to Signal
  • Following Too Closely
  • Improper Turns
  • Jaywalking / Crossed Roadway
  • No Helmet
  • Parking Violations (except disabled)
  • Seat Belt Violation
  • Speeding 1 to 10 mph
  • Squealing Tires
  • Stopping in Prohibited Area
6 to 18 Hours
1 jury term
Class 2
Includes, but not limited to:
  • Anti-Noise Violations
  • Clinging to Motor Vehicle
  • Cut Across Business
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disobey Traffic Control Device
  • Driver's License Violations
  • Exhibition of Acceleration
  • Failure to Report Address Change
  • Failure to Use Restraint / Safety Seat
  • Failure to Yield Right of Way
  • Impeding Traffic
  • Littering / Public or Private Property
  • One-Way Street
  • Ran Red Light
  • Riding Back of Pickup - Under 18
  • Speeding - 11 to 20 mph
  • Unsafe Lane Change
  • Wrong Side of Street
15 to 30 Hours
1 jury term
Class 3
Includes, but not limited to:
  • Cell Phone Prohibited - School Zone
  • Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (FMFR)**
  • Registration - Display Unauthorized Temporary Tags
  • Speeding - School zone 1 to 10 mph
  • Speeding 21 to 25 mph
Non-Traffic Offenses
  • Abusive Language
  • Curfew Violations
  • Failure to ID / Give Wrong
  • Name / Give False Report
28 to 46 Hours
2 Jury Terms
Class 4
Includes, but not limited to:
  • Accident with Damage
  • FMFR - Subsequent offense**
  • Leave Scene of Accident
  • Pass Stopped School Bus
  • Speeding - School Zone 11+ mph
  • Speeding 26+ mph
Non-Traffic Offenses
  • Abuse 911 Line
  • Air Gun / BB Gun Violation
  • Assault
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Disruption of Classes
  • Fighting in Public
  • Fleeing an officer / Evading Arrest
  • JNA Fail To Appear
  • Loitering on School Grounds
  • Noxious Odor
  • Offensive / Obscene Display
  • Possession of / Discharge Fireworks
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Reckless Damage
  • Smoking on School Grounds
  • Trespassing / Trespass School Grounds
  • Urinating in Public / Exposure
  • Theft
42 to 60 Hours
2 Jury Terms
Note: Jury decides whether hours assessed for multiple offenses run concurrently or consecutively; jury terms assessed are always for highest class offense.

Additional options for sentencing (Jury may require one):
  • Letter of apology to victim or to parent / guardian
  • Attendance at one life skills or anger management class
  • Written essay (minimum 500 words) on a topic to be decided by the teen jury
**ALL participants with an FMFR citation are required to attend the class, "What Is Insurance and Why Do I Need It?”, offered in both English and Spanish.