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The following document below is a list of persons who have unpaid/unanswered traffic citations filed with the Traffic Violations Bureau, Superior Court of Guam from January 1, 2007 – December 31, 2017.
You may appear at the Traffic Court of the Superior Court of Guam, at 120 W. O’Brien Drive, Hagåtña or the Northern Court Satellite, 132 West Marine Corp Drive, Dededo, to answer to the citation(s). You may also dispose of the violation(s) by paying the total amount owed online at www.guamcourts.org
Names will be removed from this list within one business day of receiving payment for the amount outstanding.
If you feel that your name has been listed in error or have any questions, please contact the Traffic Violations Bureau at 475 – 3424/3121/3274 or 300-7081/7082/7083.Unpaid Traffic Citations
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Relative to the Proclamation of Constitution Day and Constitution Week 2018
Relative to Recognizing October 2018 as Guam Bullying Prevention Month
The People of Guam, Plaintiff, v. Francisco Junior Santos, Defendant,
CRQ18-001, 2018 Guam 12, Sept. 12, 2018
The People of Guam, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Adam James Messier, Defendant-Appellant
CRA16-001, 2018 Guam 11, Aug. 30, 2018
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