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Have the equipment repaired, and take your ticket to a police agency for an officer to sign off. Turn the ticket in to the court within 14 days, and fines will be waived.
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To find out how much the payment is, look up the offense on your ticket in the Schedule of Fines and Costs on this website. Admit responsibility on the ticket, and make sure that the ticket and the payment are returned to the court in person or by mail within 14 days. Payment may be made by check, cash, credit or debit card, or money order. Checks should be made out to the 64B District Court. Do not send cash by mail.
Go to allpaid and enter pay location code (PLC) 1925 or call 888-604-7888. Again, you will need the pay location code of 1925 when you call. Handling fees will be applied. Use your ticket number if you do not have a case number.
Sign your ticket on the back admitting with an explanation and turn it in with your explanation on a separate sheet of paper within 14 days. The magistrate will read the explanation, and a judgment will be returned by mail.
You may contest your citation by mail, by coming in person to the court, or by having a lawyer contact the court, all within 14 days of your receipt of the ticket. To contest the ticket by mail, deny responsibility in the space provided on the ticket, and make sure that it is received by the court within 14 days of issuance. You are entitled to an informal hearing in front of the magistrate or a formal hearing in front of the judge. If you do not specifically request a formal hearing, the court will automatically set an informal hearing for you and the issuing officer in front of a magistrate. You will be sent a notice in the mail to appear approximately 10 to 14 days before your hearing date.
You may appeal the decision within seven days of the judgment date by filling out a claim of appeal and posting a cash bond in the amount of the ticket. A formal hearing will be scheduled with the judge.
You may contact the Michigan Department of State Information Center at 888-767-6424 for this information