Payments, and Non-Payment Sanctions

If you either admit, or are found responsible, you can assume there will be a fine associated with your case. (see “Fines” in this web site)  You are expected to pay that fine at that time.

Cash can be delivered to the clerks;   Money Orders/Cashier Checks may be mailed (don’t mail cash);  Credit/debit cards may be taken over the internet. see EZ-Track on this web site.) 

Installment payments    If however, you cannot make payment in full, you can arrange with the court to pay in installments over time, but an additional $20 fee will be added.   If you are approved to make installment payments, and then default on one of your payments, your driver’s license can be suspended without further notice. That is an MVD action not a court action.  Therefore, if an emergency which will prevent you from making your installment payment has occurred, you must contact the court and ask for a temporary waiver of your payment.

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1. I have a citation. What do I do next?
2. When is my court date?
3. What if I can’t appear on my court date?
4. What if I don’t appear?
5. How do I request a hearing to challenge my ticket?
6. What happens at the civil traffic hearing?
7. Can I get the citation dismissed?
8. How much is my fine?
9. What happens if I don’t pay?
10. What if I can’t pay my fine in full?
11. How can I pay my fine?
12. Where can I mail my payment?
13. Payments, and Non-Payment Sanctions
14. I am too busy to go to court. Can I use the MAIL or the INTERNET?
15. What does the law say about my violation?
16. What does this do to my driving record?
17. Can I talk to the judge?
18. If I want to "fight" the ticket, what do I do?
19. Can I attend Defensive Driving School (DDS)?
20. Criminal Charge - What happens at my first appearance?