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No. A seat belt ticket will not expel you from our program. If you receive a subsequent ticket within the six (6) month timeframe, you may contact our office to determine whether that subsequent citation received in Kentucky will result in your expulsion from the CATS Program.
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You may contact our office at 270-827-5753 to determine whether you need to appear in court on the date listed in Section 6 of the CATS Agreement.
You may request an extension from the County Attorney’s Office. However, whether an extension is granted is in their discretion. You may email the County Attorney’s Office to request an extension to pay the program fee by the deadline.
You need to appear in court on the court date listed in Section 6 of the Agreement that you signed.
Since this is program is designed to promote safety and receiving a subsequent ticket is contrary to safe driving, you will:
Assuming you are compliant with all other requirements (i.e. fee, course and volunteer hours), the CATS Program will recommend to the Judge that the charge(s) be dismissed, no points go on your license, and nothing is reflected on your MVR so your insurance rate will not go up.