I have received a Restitution Notice, what does this mean and what must I do?
  • DEFENDANT: Restitution is the cost of damages or cost of losses incurred by a victim during the incident of the violation. If the Court Orders Restitution during the penalty phase, you are required to pay the Restitution prior to paying your forfeiture or other costs associated with your citation.
  • VICTIM: You must provide the Police Department a written request for restitution along with proof of expenses/invoices/receipts/estimate for the repairs A.S.A.P. after the incident; so the information is available to the Prosecuting Attorney by the Defendant’s Court Date.

Restitution will be paid to the Victim via the North Shore Municipal Court/City of Glendale. Note: The Court does not have the authority to impose penalties for the defendant’s failure to pay the restitution due.

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1. Am I required to appear for a scheduled court date?
2. Can I reschedule a court date?
3. If my citation indicated "Appearance Required" NO, what happens if I do not appear?
4. What do I do if I miss my date?
5. What happens if I do not pay by the due date and I fail to appear to request an extension of time to pay or an Indigency Hearing?
6. Where do I pay a forfeiture?
7. Can I pay my forfeiture online?
8. How do I get to the North Shore Municipal Court?
9. How can I get more time to pay my forfeiture?
10. I have received a Restitution Notice, what does this mean and what must I do?
11. How do I get a court date for my parking ticket?
12. Who do I call for additional questions?