If your question is not listed below, please feel free to use the online form here or call the Municipal Court Clerk directly at (920)793-5507.
- Do fines I got as a Juvenile go away when I turn 18 years old?
- No, they don't go away. These unpaid fines can prevent you; from getting a driver's license, your State refund check, ruin your credit, and even get you brought in before the Judge.
- What do I do if I get a citation for a traffic or ordinance violation issued by a Two Rivers or Mishicot Police Officer and it is marked "Non Mandatory"?
- You may do the following:
If the citation is marked "Mandatory", you must appear.
- Pay the ticket before the court date as stated on the ticket -OR-
- Appear in court on the court date and enter your plea of "not guilty", "guilty", or "no contest" -OR-
- Write a letter to the court before the court date and enter a plea of "not guilty" at which time you will be sent a notice to appear for a pre-trial conference with the City's Prosecutor.
- What if I don't do any of the above?
- If you do not take one of the above options, on the day you were to appear in court, you may be defaulted and found guilty as charged.
- If you signed a personal recognizance bond, a notice will be sent that you were found guilty and your fine will be due by a particular date.
- If you did NOT sign a personal recognizance bond, a warrant will be issued for your arrest for non-appearance.
- What happens if I don't pay my fine by the due date?
- Failure to pay your fine by the due date will result in one or more of the following actions being taken: A commitment will be issued, your driver's license will be suspended, we will intercept you State Tax Refund, and/or refer your debt to a collection agency.
- If you can not pay your fine by the due date and to avoid the above actions being taken, you must contact the Municipal Court Clerk or the Police Department's Administrative Lieutenant to get approval for an extension. This will generally be granted provided you have made a significant effort to pay the fine by the due date.
- Installment Payment Plans will be offered to a traffic offender who is unable to pay a forfeiture because of poverty before the offender's driver's license is suspended. (Effective date of June 13, 2009)
- Am I able to make a payment for my fine online?
- No. We currently do no accept online or credit card payments.