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Courts to resume late penalties, driver's license suspensions, collection referrals

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Updated: September 29, 2020 03:44 PM
Created: September 29, 2020 02:23 PM

Minnesota courts will soon resume late penalties and driver's license suspensions for unresolved citations and collection referrals for past-due payments.

According to the Minnesota Judicial Branch, automated processes that refer court-ordered fines and fees to the Minnesota Department of Revenue for collections will resume on Thursday, Oct. 1. Those automated processes for unresolved citations will resume Dec. 1.

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The processes had been temporarily suspended in March due to COVID-19.

Individuals will have the opportunity to resolve their citations before additional consequences are imposed, the judicial branch said. Next month, people with unresolved citations will receive a notice in the mail stating they have 30 days to pay the related fine, set up a payment plan or schedule a hearing or hearing officer appointment to contest their citation.

Fines can be paid online, by mail or in-person in the appropriate county. A hearing can be scheduled by calling 651-281-3219 in the metro or 800-657-3611 outside the metro.


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