I got a show cause notice from the court. What do I do?

You need to appear in court to explain why you haven't paid your fines or costs. If you pay the fines and costs in full, the hearing is removed off the docket and you do not need to appear. Please contact the court for a current balance.

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1. Where is District Court Traffic located?
2. How much is my traffic ticket?
3. How can I pay my traffic ticket?
4. How can I make payments on my traffic violation fine?
5. When does the court close for payments?
6. Can I write a check for my traffic violation?
7. What is the mailing address for District Court Traffic?
8. Can I pay the court online?
9. Can I pay the court by phone?
10. Can I make partial payments to the court?
11. How many points are on this violation?
12. How many days do I have to contact the court about my ticket?
13. The court tells me they don't have the ticket yet. What do I do?
14. When can I see the Judge or Magistrate?
15. What time are walk-in arraignments?
16. How do I get a court-appointed attorney?
17. Why do I have a warrant, and how do I take care of the warrant?
18. Why did the officer tell me the ticket was waivable?
19. I got a default notice from the court. What does that mean?
20. I got a show cause notice from the court. What do I do?
21. Why do I need to appear at the court?
22. When are jail arraignments?
23. How long does it take for a credit card transaction to post?
24. How much do I owe for a balance on my account?
25. When is my next court date?
26. Can I get something removed from my criminal record?