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Individuals with payable traffic citations can pay fines before court appearance date

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A PERSON with a payable traffic citation can pay the fine before his or her court appearance date, according to an order signed by Superior Court Presiding Judge Roberto Naraja on Monday.

The court has reopened the traffic docket, Chief Prosecutor John Bradley said.

“People with citations can now go pay their ticket and not have to appear in court,” he added.

Individuals who have been issued a payable traffic citation with an original court appearance date between March 19, 2020 and May 14, 2020 and wish to dispose of their cases by paying the fine are encouraged to go to the Guma Hustisia clerk of court cashier’s window between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m.

To verify if you have a payable or non-payable citation prior to the scheduled hearing date, call the clerk of court at 783-9923.

Like other government offices, the judiciary is closed on austerity Friday.

To contest payable citation, individuals must appear at the judiciary building, Supreme Court foyer on the date they are ordered to appear at 9 a.m. These dates are May 21, June 18, and June 25.

For individuals who have been cited with a non-payable offense, they must appear in court.

The Attorney General’s Office will serve a penal summons, along with an information indicating what date the arraignment will take place.

If an individual has been cited with a combination of non-payable and payable offenses, the individual must appear in person on the scheduled hearing date and cannot dispose of the case by paying for the citation at the cashier’s window.

For more information, call 236-9703 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

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