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Generally the answer is no. Communicating with a judge about your case or ticket, without the other party present, is called "ex parte" contact. You can contact the court in person or in writing to request an appearance or file a Motion with the court on your existing case.Court clerks are prohibited from providing legal advice.
http://www.oregon.gov/OSP/SOR/pages/sor_ors.aspxInstructions and worksheets for Petitioning the Court for Relief from Sex Offender Registration under ORS 181.830 are found on the above link.
Contact the Jackson County Juvenile Department at 541.774.4800 located at 609 West 10th St, Medford, OR 97501 to obtain instructions for seeking relief from sex offender registration without an attorney (ORS 163A.130). The Juvenile Department can provide a packet of instructions and forms.
Yes, however, you must request to be set up on a payment plan unless you are paying in full. The court will add a fee to each case not paid in full within 30 days after judgment (ORS 1.202(2)). The fee is:
Additional collection costs are added to your balance if you default on your payment plan or do not contact the court to make payment arrangements.
You must either pay the full amount you owe or be set up on a payment plan. Once you have resolved your past due debt to the court, DMV or ODFW will be notified to reinstate your license. There may be additional fees you need to pay to DMV.
No, you are not required to appear in person. You must enter your plea with the court on or before the appearance date that was given to you on your citation. Your citation has several options to choose from so that you may handle your citation entirely through the mail or by telephone. You may also pay in full through the OJD Court ePay online service.
No. Jackson County Circuit Court does not accept or offer traffic school for traffic violations.
Enter your city at this website to locate a class in Oregon. For classes outside of Jackson County, you must provide proof of attendance in writing to the court. You must provide the proof in person or by mail. The court does not accept fax or email for notification.
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