How does assignment to a collection agency happen?

When your case is referred to a collection agency, you receive a letter from the agency. The letter will tell you the status of your case and give you the actual assignment to collections date. You have approximately 30 days to pay the court before assignment. Once your case is assigned to the collections agency, you must pay the principal owed on the case, collection fees and interest (if any) directly to the collections agency. If there is a lien on your driver's license, once the case is paid to the collections agency, you may contact the court to have the case adjudicated with the Department of Licensing and your driver's license cleared for reinstatement.

Please be advised that collection fees are in addition to the principal amount owed.

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1. What is an Infraction?
2. Will a traffic infraction appear on my driving record?
3. What must I do if I receive an Infraction?
4. What if I do not pay my ticket or appear for a hearing?
5. What is deferred finding?
6. What should I wear and how should I act in court?
7. What is a mitigation hearing?
8. What is a contested hearing?
9. May I have a lawyer at a contested hearing?
10. Is there a right to appeal?
11. What if I can not pay my penalty all at once?
12. How does assignment to a collection agency happen?
13. What is a mitigation of infractions?
14. What are contested infractions?