Collections Correspondence To Commissioner {COL-005} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

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Collections Correspondence To Commissioner {COL-005} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

Last updated: 8/12/2022

Collections Correspondence To Commissioner {COL-005}

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COL-001-2016-M Mandatory Form Revised - May 2018 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF TULARE Collections Division 221 S Mooney Blvd, Room G - 28 Visalia, CA 93291 Phone 559 - 730 - 5000 For court use only Plantiff: People of the State of California Defendant: ADVISEMENT AND WAIVER OF RIGHTS FOR BAIL FORFEITURE Case Number I am the defendant in this case and I have been charged with the following infraction violation(s) of the vehicle Code that do not require me to go into court: a. 247 b. 247 c. 247 d. 247 e. 247 By choosing to pay and forfeit bail, you will be giving up the following rights: A. To appear in court without deposit of bail for formal arraignment, plea, and sentencing; B. To request and have a court trial, to challenge the charges without deposit of bail, unless the court orders bail; C. To have a speedy court trial and have the charges dismissed if a speedy trial is requested but not provided; D. To be represented by an attorney at your expense; E. To subpoena or present witnesses and physical evidence using the power of the court at no cost to you and to testify on your own behalf; F. To confront and cross-examine all witnesses under oath testifying against you; and G. To remain silent and not testify. WAIVER OF RIGHTS By signing below, I declare that I have read and understand these rights and that I am knowingly and voluntarily giving up these rights and that I understand and accept the terms and consequences of my plea. Signed Date FINANCIAL HARDSHIP AND PAYMENT PLANS At any time before your final payment, if you have experienced a change in financial circumstances, you may ask that the court consider your ability to pay. If the court considers your ability to pay, the court may modify your installment plan, allow you to complete community service (if available) instead of paying the total amount due, or suspend all or part of the fine. The court is not required to offer you any of the above options, and the court may deny your request. American LegalNet, Inc.

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