What does the term "waiverable" mean?

By paying your citation your are admitting guilt (guilty waiver) and waiving your right to appear in court to contest the citation. By doing so, you accept the points that will be reflected on your driving record.

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1. How much is my ticket?
2. How can I pay for my ticket?
3. How can I get information about my case?
4. What is the court address and business hours of operation?
5. How do I know if I have to appear in court or if I can just pay the waiver?
6. What does the term "waiverable" mean?
7. How do I find out how many points a violation is?
8. How do I find out how many points I already have?
9. I missed my court date. What do I do?
10. How do I reschedule my court date?
11. How do I get a public defender for my case?
12. How do I get my record sealed?
13. How do I request a court record?
14. What happens when I appear in Bratenahl Mayor's Court?
15. Does Bratenahl Mayor's Court offer a payment plan if I cannot make my payment in full?
16. Can I set up a payment arrangement for my waiverable ticket?
17. Can I enter a plea for my waiverable ticket without appearing in court?
18. When is traffic court held?