I have received a Restitution Notice, what is it?
Restitution is ordered by the Police Department. Restitution is the cost of damages the victim claimed occurred during the violation. This restitution notice is created by the arresting police officer and sent to you.

If restitution is made to the victim make sure you get proof. You can bring that proof on your court date and the Judge will review your court case. With proof of restitution, the Judge may consider a reducing the fine.

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1. Can I pay my fine online or by telephone?
2. How do I get a court date for my parking ticket?
3. How do I get to Greenfield Municipal Court?
4. How do I make a plea?
5. I have received a Restitution Notice, what is it?
6. I missed my court date; can I get another court date?
7. I received an expired registration/non-registration ticket and I now have my vehicle registered properly. Can I bring my registration information to court?
8. If my juvenile son/daughter receives a ticket, do I need to attend?
9. Is a court appearance mandatory?
10. Where do I pay my fine?
11. Why did I get a parking ticket in front of my house overnight?
12. Will I be assigned a court appointed attorney?
13. How can I reschedule my court date and time?
14. How can I get more time to pay my fine?
15. How do I register my vehicle and obtain or renew my driver's license?
16. What will happen if I do not attend court with my juvenile son/daughter?