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District Court : Hearing FAQs: What happens if I fail to appear?
 

Question

What happens if I fail to appear?

Answer

If you fail to appear, the Court will enter a default judgment against you. This means the
Court will automatically find you responsible for the infraction charged, assess the fine and
costs, and mail you a judgment notice requiring you to pay. If you do not pay the judgment
within 28 days, the Court will send you a 14-day notice. If you do not pay within 14 days of
receiving the notice, your driver’s license will be suspended by the Secretary of State.

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Created at 3/2/2015 4:33 PM by Webmaster
Last modified at 3/2/2015 4:33 PM by Webmaster