Does the Court have pay plans available to make payments on fines and costs?

All court costs are due at the time of your court date or within two weeks thereof. Fines may be paid by signing a pay agreement. The agreement requires the following:

  • The Court be informed of any change of address.
  • Payments must be made on a timely basis. If for any reason you cannot make a payment, please contact the Court IN PERSON so other arrangements can be made
  • No personal checks accepted. Cash, money order, certified check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, online payments or payments made over the phone are acceptable forms of payment.

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1. How can I obtain information on a defendant or particular case?
2. What methods of payment does the Court accept?
3. How can I obtain a copy of the Local Rules of the Court?
4. Does the Court have pay plans available to make payments on fines and costs?
5. What is an FRA Suspension?
6. How can I obtain a valid operator’s license after a Court imposed license suspension?
7. How can I obtain occupational driving privileges on a 12-point License Suspension?
8. How can I obtain occupational driving privileges on an Administrative License Suspension?
9. How many points are on my driving record?
10. How can I contact the Bureau of Motor Vehicles?
11. What is the procedure for filing a Small Claims case?
12. Does the Court have a mediation program?
13. Does the Court offer a diversion program?