Use this script if you have to get a signature from the District Attorney’s Office. You do not need an attorney to serve a copy of the motion on the District Attorney’s Office.
I am here to get a signature from a representative of the district attorney’s office to show that I have left a copy of the motion. The signature will show the court that I notified this office about my petition to obtain relief from money owed on a traffic ticket(s).
- The signature does not mean that the district attorney’s office is agreeing (or consenting) to the motion, the signature simply shows the court that the district attorney’s office received notice about the petition and the date the notice was received.
- Tip: ask the representative from the district attorney’s office to sign all three copies of the form – the original, the District Attorney Office’s copy, your copy
- Once the representative from the district attorney’s office signs the copies of the form, take the copies to the clerk’s office and get all of the copies “file-stamped.” The clerk’s office will keep one copy. Take one copy back to the District Attorney’s office. Keep one copy for your records.