How do I pay my probation fees once I’ve been taken off of it?

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How do I pay my probation fees once I’ve been taken off of it?

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Asked on April 12, 2009 under Criminal Law, Connecticut

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MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

Do you mean once you complete your probation?

Have you spoken to your probation officer? Did you get any brochures or literature on your options.  You should ask for that material quickly.  Next, are you currently working or have a job lined up?

17. Who do I pay my court fines and fees to?
You will make your court payments directly to the Clerk’s Office at the court

 

Read this guidebook, as well. http://www.jud.state.ct.us/Publications/AP136.pdf

16. Where do I send my restitution payments to?
You will be given a form with instructions about your restitution and what is required. Payments must be in the form of a bank check or money order and mailed to CSSD Restitution Unit, 936 Silas Deane Hwy., Wethersfield, CT 06109. You must include your printed name, date of birth, and social security number with your payment.


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