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Frequently Asked Questions - Fees & Fines

Location: Where do I make payments?

 

311 Fourth Street Will I get a statement?

Yreka, CA 96097

How much do I pay and when?

Mailing Address:

Can I change the monthly payment amount?

Court Collections

P. O. Box 1026

Yreka, CA 96097 case

 

Phone Number & Hours:

 

(530) 842-8243

8: a.m. 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. 3 p.m.

Monday through Friday excluding Holidays

Click here nCourt to make a payment using credit or debit card.

 

 

 


General Information:

 

Where do I make payments?

 

Fines may be paid in one of two ways:

 

  In Person: You may pay in person at the branch location nearest you or at the main courthouse located at 311 Fourth Street, Yreka.

 

  By Mail: To the address listed on your courtesy notice or Court Collections, PO Box 1026, Yreka, California 96097.

 

  Pay with credit or debit card here nCourt.

 

Will I get a statement?

 

It is your responsibility to make your payments on time. Monthly billing statements will be sent, but may not reach you prior to your first payment date.

 

How much do I pay and when?

 

On the day your fine is ordered you are given a minute order or probation order with this information on it. If you are represented by your attorney, he/she may receive it to pass along to you.

 

Can I change the monthly payment amount?

 

Generally, yes. The Court Collections staff will work with you as much as possible. If you are on probation, your fine must be paid in full prior to the end of your probation term. Failure to make your payments can result in a variety of consequences such as additional penalties, a hold placed on your drivers license, or a warrant issued for your arrest.

 

My case is more than 3 years old and Im just now hearing from you that I owe money. Whats the deal?

 

In the last year the Court upgraded our computer system in order to track overdue fines (among other reasons). In December, 1999 we established the Court Collections division to monitor and track fines and payments. We handle court ordered fines and fees. In January, 2000 we began sending regular monthly billing statements. We have cases dating back to 1995 (and some older) that still have balances on them. Fines are considered civil judgments and can be collected for up to 10 years and can be renewed for another 10, if needed.

 

 

 

 








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