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If you are ticketed or arrested for a local ordinance violation, your case will be processed in the same manner as traffic misdemeanors are handled.
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You will be taken to the county jail, processed and allowed to post bond. If you do not post a bond, you will spend the night in jail. For those who post bond, arraignment is usually held within one week.
When you post a bond for someone it is your responsibility to see that they make all required court appearances. If they miss any of them you will lose your money by forfeiture.
If you are under the age of 17 and receive a misdemeanor traffic violation you must appear at the Family Court Offices.
If you are under age 17 and receive a civil infraction citation, you must appear at the District Court Offices.
You must appear in court.
To reinstate driving privileges, you must settle all pending cases and pay all reinstatement fees.
Yes. There is a copy charge of $1 per page.
You may be required to fill out and submit a copy request form. Please note that the court will charge $1 per page for copies requested. Contact the court at 989-731-0201 for additional information.
You are allowed, under certain circumstances, one court date change on a civil infraction violation.
You must appear in court in order to change your court date for a misdemeanor violation.
You must contact the Secretary of State's office for point information.
It could. You should contact your insurance company for further information.
In the City of Gaylord, parking tickets can be paid at the City Police Department on Main Street. If you are contesting a City Police parking ticket, the ticket will be transferred to the District Court. All other parking tickets are handled in District Court. Court fees are assessed to all parking tickets processed by the Court.