Adjudication Services provides information, administrative hearings (adjudication in person and by mail), in person payment services for parking, minor moving (traffic), and photo enforcement tickets (red light and speeding camera tickets) issued in the District of Columbia.
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DMV provides disability access to all of our service centers, including the Inspection Station and Adjudication Services.
If you live in the city for 30 days or more and operate a vehicle in public space, DC law requires you to obtain a DC Driver license, unless you are eligible for reciprocity (students, military, members of Congress, government appointee).
You must obtain a learner permit before getting a DC driver license if you do not hold a valid license from another jurisdiction. A learner permit is valid for one year for US citizens and may vary for non-US citizens (according to the US immigration expiration date).
You must have a valid driver license with motorcycle (M) endorsement to operate motorcycles in the District of Columbia.
In addition to the Drivers License, DC DMV offers non-driver identification card services to District residents.