What if I can't pay my penalty all at once?
The Court expects you to pay your fine on the day of your hearing. Visa, MasterCard, cash or personal checks are accepted. If you can’t pay your entire penalty at the time of your hearing, the Clerk will allow 30 days to pay in full. If you are unable to pay in full within 30 days you will be given an application for a payment agreement with Signal Credit Management. Read the time-pay agreement carefully, as failure to follow this agreement can result in late fees, a possible suspension of your license, and assignment of the account to a collection agency.

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1. What is an infraction?
2. What must I do if I receive an infraction?
3. What is a mitigation hearing?
4. Who qualifies for a deferred finding?
5. What is a contested hearing?
6. What should I wear and how should I act in court?
7. May I have a lawyer at my contested hearing?
8. What happens if I can't appear on the court date?
9. Will a traffic infraction appear on my driving record?
10. What if I do not respond to my ticket (fail to pay or appear for a hearing)?
11. What about a 'No Liability Insurance' ticket?
12. Is there a right to appeal?
13. What if I can't pay my penalty all at once?