Leon County Clerk of Courts
Yes, FS 903.286 requires the clerk of the court to withhold from the return of the cash bond posted on behalf of a criminal defendant, by a person other than a bail bond agent licensed pursuant to chapter 648, sufficient funds to pay any unpaid court fees, court costs and criminal penalties. You will be responsible for paying the balance of any outstanding costs and fines.
Oakland County Drunk Driving Lawyer / Bloomfield Hills Crimi...
Fines and costs vary somewhat between courts. Generally, you can expect fines and costs from the court to be somewhere between $500 and $1000. However, there is little known, hidden expense called the Driver Responsibility Law. That is a tax that the Governor and Legislature introduced in 2003 to raise money by penalizing bad drivers. The Driver Responsibility law imposes an additional and separate fine on drivers convicted of drunk driving.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS, Kalamazoo Ninth Judicial Circuit...
Yes, payments may be made at either the Gull Road Courthouse or the Michigan Avenue Courthouse. The court will accept Discover, Visa and MasterCard credit cards.
Criminal/Traffic & Records Division FAQs
City Court accepts cash, checks made payable to the City of Baton Rouge (no temporary checks), Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card. A 5% processing fee is charged to credit card payments. A $65 NSF fee is charged on all checks returned unpaid for criminal/traffic payments. Payments by check can be made in person at 233 St. Louis Street, Baton Rouge, LA or mailed to Baton Rouge City Court, Accounting Division, P.O. Box 3438, Baton Rouge, LA. 70821.
InterLinc: County Corrections: FAQ
The inmate should forward a handwritten request to the court asking that his/her bond be applied toward his/her fines.
Frequently Asked Questions - Federal Maritime Commission
No. The PRC may only collect fines and penalties for violations of its shipping statutes and regulations from the Optional Rider. It may not collect such fines and penalties from the base $75,000 bond. No. The Optional Rider is available only to provide coverage should the PRC seek fines and penalties against the NVOCC for violation of its shipping laws. No. You may file a claim against the base bond. However, the $21,000 Optional Rider is not available for such claims.
Livingston Parish Clerk of Court
Court costs vary with each case. You must call the Clerk of Court's Office and ask for the Civil Department. Please have a docket (case) number available.
Blaze Bail Bonds - Benefits
You usually can for traffic and minor violations. While a few jurisdictions do allow cash bail by the citizen’s that sign an appearance guarantee and/or post the entire bail, most states now require a licensed bond agent to guarantee it. This way the state knows it can instantly collect the entire bond amount plus it can put the burden of apprehending those who fail to appear on the bond agency.
If you posted a cash bond, you are entitled to a refund (minus an administrative fee) of your bond once your case has been resolved. To obtain a refund of your cash bond, you should speak with the clerk of the court in which your case was assigned. If you choose, the clerk can also assist you in applying your cash bond toward any fine or court costs you may owe.
Checking & Savings Accounts, Debit Card & Savings Bonds FAQs...
Yes. As long as the minor understands the transaction and is old enough to sign the request (normally, a minor must be 14), he or she may cash it in. A parent or other person acting on the minor's behalf should not request payment of bonds belonging to a competent minor.
Circuit Criminal FAQ
Upon disposition of a felony case file, the cash bond may be released to the depositor ONLY. Pursuant to s. 903.286 the court may direct all or a portion of the cash bond to be used for outstanding fines, court costs or restitution. If the depositor is due a refund, they may obtain a Cash Bond Release Notice from the Felony Department for delivery to Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Frequently Asked Questions of the Housing Court Department
the time the Court levies a fine or fines against someone, special attention is always given to insure that the amount and terms of payment are made clear for the record. In the event that a defendant is uncertain as to either of these areas, however, the Office of the Clerk Magistrate will have a written record of the same and may be contacted.
Adult Probation Frequently Asked Questions
Can I vote? Yes, but first you must be registered in the town where you live and if you were locked up you may have to restore your voting rights. If you have any questions, contact the Connecticut Secretary of State Elections Office: (860) 509-6100, Toll Free (800) 540-3764, TDD (860) 509-6191.
Garfield Heights Municipal Court
Write a letter to the probation officer with a letter explaining the situation and requesting additional time to pay. Be prepared to pay a reasonable monthly amount until fines and costs are paid in full.
Financial Freedom - Reverse Mortgage FAQ
One of the real benefits of a reverse mortgage is that you can use the money you get from your home's equity (dependent upon final calculations) to pay for the various fees that are part of the loan costs overall. The costs are simply added to your loan balance, and you pay them back, plus interest, when the loan becomes due-that is when the last surviving borrower permanently moves out of the home or passes away.
InterLinc: County Corrections: FAQ
The County Court Judges have instructed the Corrections Department as to what charges an individual can be released on without first appearing in court, and the bond amount owed to be released.
Bond must be posted prior to the docket starting on the day of court for someone who has not appeared in court.
FNB HOUSING INITIATIVE
Yes you can include the costs of the bond registration and transfer into the bond amount applied for. You will still need to be approved through the credit system for that amount.
Bonding Out FAQ
If you or another person can post a cash bond, you can pay the jail directly and do not need to hire a bail bond agent.
Bonding Out FAQ
If the defendant attends all required court appearances and either pleads guilty or is found guilty, by Idaho law, I.C. 19-2923, a cash bond can be used to pay fines and costs. If you are using your money to post a cash bond for the defendant, please tell the clerk or jailor your name and address. If you are using the defendant's own money to post the cash bond, tell the clerk or jailor that the receipt for the bond money should be made out in the defendant's name.