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Driver’s License Suspension for Failure to Pay Court Fines

Dealing with Traffic & Parking Tickets, Driver’s Licenses

Last updated on 06/10/2022 at 7:48 pm

NOTE:   A new law that goes into effect on June 10, 2022 changes the law on driver’s license suspension for failure to pay fees and fines. We are working on updating this article to provide more information about the new law. Please check back soon for this updated information.  To learn how the new law applies to your situation, try to find more legal help.

If your driver’s license may be suspended due to unpaid court costs and fines, what can you do?

How much time do I have to enroll in a payment plan?

What if I do not enroll in a payment plan and fail to pay my court costs and fines in full?

How do I find out if my driver’s license is suspended due to unpaid court costs and fines?

How do I apply for a payment plan?

How do I set up a payment plan if I qualify?

What will my payment plan include?

How much will my monthly payment be after my payment plan is set up?

What happens if I make a late payment?

Can I still drive if I have a suspended driver’s license?

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