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A victim will receive a check once the court receives a payment on the case in which restitution was ordered. If the court does not receive a payment on the case a check cannot be issued to a victim.
If you have information regarding a defendant you can provide that information to the Probation Officer or to the court. If you provide the information to the court we will forward the information to the Probation Officer.
If you changed your name please use the Proof of Address Declaration and bring or mail the form to the court house. If your name was incorrectly listed on the money judgment/award then you will need to contact the District Attorney’s Office and request a correction.
It may be that you moved or changed your mailing address and you did not notify the court. To change your address by mail please use the Proof of Address Declaration and bring or mail the form to the court house.
If the court determines that the defendant has the ability to pay while in prison the court may request a garnishment unless the court has ordered that payments start after prison.
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