What is the maximum amount assessable for fines and court costs?

The maximum cost of a ticket is $140.75 for each violation that is listed on a ticket, provided that the payment is made on time. If the payment is made late, additional fees may apply. In addition to extra fees, the violator’s driver’s license may be suspended. For more information, contact the Municipal Court.

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1. Can a citation be paid with a credit card?
2. Can a citation be paid by check?
3. Are payment options available to pay fines and court costs?
4. Is a court appearance required for a citation that is paid in advance of the assigned court date?
5. Can a citation be contested?
6. If a defendant is unable to pay their fine or court costs by the court date, can an extension be granted?
7. Can a date be reset if there is a conflict in your schedule?
8. Can a judgment be appealed?
9. Can I speak with the judge about my case before my court date?
10. How long does a court session last?
11. What is the maximum amount assessable for fines and court costs?
12. What happens if a court date is missed?
13. What agency should be contacted for information concerning driver’s license suspensions and reinstatements?
14. Can attending “Traffic Safety School” prevent points from being applied to my driver’s license and prevent the violation from being reported on my driving record?