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I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
If the ticket was issued in your name, and does not require a court appearance, there is no need to send the judge a letter accepting guilt. All you have to do is pay the ticket, which you should be able to do online. You only have to talk to the judge if the ticket says "Appearance required." In that scenario, a letter unfortunately would not help you, because you'd have to go to court in person and talk to the judge. You'd be allowed to request a translator to explain some of the more technical terms. Many people who are fluent in English still find that helpful if it's not their first language. Or you could hire a local attorney to go to court with you.
However, the first step is to wait for the ticket. You should get something in the mail, and most likely, you'll just be able to pay it.
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I apologize for misunderstanding your question. This is a question and answer site. We are not able to provide legal representation through this service. Any local criminal law attorney can draft a letter for you. Most lawyers charge a flat fee to handle traffic-related matters (which is significantly more than what we charge to answer questions, for good reason.) A good place to find someone in your area is http://www.martindale.com.