If you have been issued with an infringement by Victoria Police or an enforcement agency listed on the About infringements page, you can choose to have your matter heard in the Magistrates' Court (or the Children's Court, if you are under 18 years of age) up until the time a fine is registered with Fines Victoria or the Children’s Court.
If your fine is for an excessive speed, drink or drug-driving, drink or drug-boating offence, your application will be submitted as a Notice of Objection. Your Notice of Objection must be submitted within 28 days of your Infringement Notice issue date, before your licence is suspended.
If your fine was issued by an agency other than Victoria Police or an enforcement agency listed on the About infringements page and you would like to take the matter to court, follow the instructions on your notice or contact the enforcement agency that issued your fine.
Start your application to go to court online.
If your fine has reached the Notice of Final Demand stage, it has been registered with Fines Victoria and is too late to request to go to court. You can instead request a review on one of the eligible grounds.
The stage of your fine can be found at the top of your notice.
If you have just found out that a fine has been issued against you and you were not issued an on the spot fine visit the If you didn’t know about your fine page for information on the options available to you.