Mason county district court payments

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All legal financial obligations are payable in full upon resolution of the case, unless otherwise ordered by the court.

Payment options include, cash, check, money order, and credit card. For people who are unable to pay the full amount when due, may contact the court to see if you are eligible for a Payment Plan .

When making payments, it is always helpful to have your case number(s) at hand

Payment Centers:

Mason County Courthouse
District Court – 1 st Floor
419 N. 4 th Street
Shelton, WA 98584

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Payments can also be mailed to:

Mason County District Court
P.O. Box “O”
Shelton, WA. 98584

Online or Telephone Payments :

We are now using Point and Pay for Credit and Debit payments.

Web Payments URL: https://client.pointandpay.net/web/MasonCountyDistrictCourtWA

In addition - Debit and/or Credit Payments may also be made during regular business hours by calling the District Court at 360-427-9670 ext 339 or coming into the District Court office located at 419 N. 4th St, Shelton, WA. 98584

 

Collection Agencies:

Allianceone
P.O. Box 2449
Gig Harbor, WA 9 8335-4449
(253) 620-2222 or
1-800- 456-8838

 

Dynamic Collectors, Inc.
790 South Market Blvd
Chehalis, WA. 98532
(360) 748-0420
1-800-464-3457

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79th District Court

79th District Court
Hon. John D. Middlebrook
304 East Ludington Avenue
Ludington, MI 49431-2121

Glenn Jackson III, Attorney Magistrate

Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
231-843-4130

General Information about District Courts in Michigan
District courts were created effective January 1, 1969, by Public Act 154 of 1968. They replaced all but four municipal courts as well as all the police and justice of the peace courts and circuit court commissioners (officials in each county of a circuit who had limited judicial powers and performed administrative duties). The district court is often called “the people’s court” because the public has more contact with it than any other court in the state and many people choose to represent themselves rather than hire an attorney. There are 83 counties in Michigan, but 103 districts, and many are served by more than one judge. The district court has exclusive jurisdiction over most traffic violations, civil cases where the amount disputed is not over $25,000, landlord-tenant and land-contract matters, and civil infractions. The court may also conduct marriages in a civil ceremony.

The small claims division of the district court handles disputes involving $3,000 or less. Matters may be heard by the district judge or by an attorney magistrate. The parties waive their right to be represented by an attorney, the right to a jury trial, the application of evidence rules, and any right to appeal, unless decided by an attorney magistrate, whose decision may be appealed to the district judge. If either party wants to retain these rights, the case is removed from the small claims docket and is heard in the court’s general civil division.

The district court handles a wide range of criminal proceedings, including disposition of misdemeanors (offenses for which the maximum possible penalty does not exceed one year in jail) and conducting preliminary examinations in felony cases, after which, if the prosecutor provides sufficient proofs and the district judge so finds, the felony case is transferred to the circuit court for arraignment and subsequent disposition. A district court judge may appoint an attorney to represent persons who cannot afford a lawyer and may go to jail if convicted. Extraditions to another state for a pending criminal charge, coroner inquests, and issuance of search warrants are also handled in district court.


How to Search the Records of the 79th District Court
By clicking on the link below, you will leave the courts pages of the Mason County Government website and will go to the Michigan Courts: One Court of Justice terms-of-service page of the website maintained by Judicial Information Services (JIS). Read the terms of service, select "I'm not a robot" and any images as directed until a green arrow appears, and then click continue. Enter the name of a party or a file number and click submit. When the results of the search are retrieved, you can scroll through them and click on the file number of a particular case to display the register of actions, or you can narrow your search by applying the limiting filters provided.

For ease of viewing and reading the details of the case file, you can expand or collapse each section. Click print on the top right-hand side of the page if you want a hard copy of the information. You can also click on the breadcrumb trail at the top left-hand side of the page either to return to the search results for the name you entered or to start a new search for a different name.

The information provided is public record; however, Michigan and federal law preclude disclosure of certain information, and that nonpublic information is not accessible. The court makes this public information available without any express or implied warranty as to its accuracy. It is presented for informational use only and does not replace the official record on file with the court. No action should be taken in reliance upon the information found through this online search. Always consult the official record maintained by the court for the most complete and current accuracy.

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For specific inquiries regarding citations, misdemeanor criminal matters, small claims, landlord-tenant, and general civil, call the telephone number above.

For payment of filing fees or citations online or by telephone, at any time, go to GovPayNet or call 888-604-7888. Use the payment location code (PLC) 4057 for payment of fines and costs or PLC 4076 for payment of 79th District Court filing fees and complete the required fields before submitting. A service fee will be charged for the transaction.

Report comments or concerns about the content of this courts webpage to the court technology coordinator.

Page last updated January 4, 2021

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Ticket Payment System

Welcome to Michigan's Online Ticket Payment System. This new interactive tool allows users to pay civil infraction (both traffic and non-traffic) tickets with Visa, MasterCard or Discover. Please note some courts may not accept Discover. A "civil infraction" is a non-criminal offense, such as a speeding ticket. There is no jail penalty for a civil infraction. Civil infractions are punished by monetary penalties, which include fines, court costs, and fees.

By using this online system to pay your ticket, you admit your responsibility for the civil infraction. If you want to admit responsibility but with an explanation, or want a court hearing, you must contact the court directly.

Search results are dependent on accurate information written on the ticket by the police agency, entered by the court on their case management system and entered by you on this web site. The search results that are returned may not include all outstanding civil infraction tickets with the court. In addition, the unavailability of this web site does not release you from answering the ticket by the due date. You should contact the court directly if you have further questions.

As of now, the following district courts are participating:

  • Genesee County
    • Burton D67-2
    • Central D67
    • Davison D67-2
    • Fenton D67-4
    • Flushing D67-1
    • Grand Blanc D67-4
    • Mt. Morris D67-3
  • Hillsdale County
  • Ingham County
  • Kalamazoo County
    • Kalamazoo - Crosstown D08
    • Kalamazoo - North D08
    • Kalamazoo - Portage D08
  • Kent County
    • Grand Rapids D63
    • Wyoming D62A
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    • Ishpeming D96
    • Marquette D96
  • Oakland County
    • Farmington Hills D47
    • Southfield D46
    • Waterford D51
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    • Ann Arbor D14A-1
    • Chelsea D14A-3
    • Saline  D14A-4
    • Ypsilanti D14A-2
    • Ypsilanti Twp D14B
  • Wayne County
    • Detroit D36
    • Grosse Pointe City
    • Woodhaven D33

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PAYMENT ONLINE
To make a payment online please read the following information below:                    

Payout Schedule
As long as the violation does not require your appearance and as long as the citing officer does not indicate that your appearance is required by checking the “must appear” box on the citation, then citations may be paid out as follows

Speed, per ORC §4511.21 or local ordinance

  • Up to 10 MPH over limit: $150.00
  • 11-20 MPH over limit: $175.00
  • 21-30 MPH over limit: $210.00
  • Over 31 MPH over limit: Must Appear
  • School zone violations: First Offense 15 mph or less over the limit –  $205 
  • School zone violations: Second Offense or 16 mph or over the limit – Must Appear
  • A.C.D.A.:  without injury: $155.00 
  • A.C.D.A.:  with injury:  Must Appear
  • Other Minor Moving Traffic Offenses without Accident or Injury:  $155.00
  • Other Minor Moving Traffic Offenses with Accident or Injury: Must Appear

Non-Moving Violations

  • Seat belt driver $131.00
  • Seat Belt Passenger $121.00
  • Parking Violation $126.00
  • Fire Lane Violation $126.00
  • Handicap parking violation $351.00
  • All minor misdemeanor charges that do not require a court appearance $270.00.

All above payment amounts include court costs, the fee for the “Reparation Rotary Fund” as required by ORC §2743.70, and the amount which is payable to the State of Ohio as required by the ORC.

Payments may be made in person, by mail or on line according to the above schedule at any time prior to arraignment. Payment will only be accepted in the form of certified check, personal check or money order made payable to the Mason Municipal Court.   Mail payments to Mason Municipal Court, Attn: Violations Bureau, 5950 Mason Montgomery Road, Mason Ohio, 45040.

The citation must be signed in the appropriate place. Payments received or post marked after the arraignment date will increase by $40.00. Proof of insurance, if not shown at the time of citation, should be shown at the time of payment. If necessary please include a photocopy of your insurance card issued by your insurance company showing you as being covered by the policy on the date of the violation. Failure to pay at anytime means you must appear in court on the date and time listed on your citation. Failure to either pay out the citation or appear in Court may result in a warrant for your arrest and/or the suspension of your driver’s license. 

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