Red light tickets in Arizona typically take between three and seven business days to process and deliver to the driver, according to JacksonWhiteLaw.com. State and local procedures vary, and it may take longer in some places.
Authorities issue red light tickets when an automated camera captures a vehicle in motion after a traffic light has turned red. The registered owner of a vehicle receives the Notice of Violation regardless of the driver, once issued. If a different driver is responsible for the infraction, a car’s owner typically has the right to file an affidavit with the ticket’s issuing agency and provide the contact detail of the driver, as detailed on the website of the City of Lakeland, Florida.