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I got a traffic ticket in California which I've pleaded not guilty to - I've mailed in the check and have received my court date in the mail. However, they've yet to cash the check and I'm wondering if they normally wait until after the verdict is reached or if they just cash it when they get it. I'm a few days away from payday and the ticket money is quite excessive and I could definitely use some of it in the mean time if they're not cashing it.
Don't touch it - it depends on the specific court as to how/when the check is cashed. Most wait until after the verdict to reduce the paperwork. Portland Deputy
"Second Time Traffic School Second Time Traffic School Has been Terminated As of July 1, 2011 Starting July 1, 2011, you will no longer be allowed to do Second Time Offender Traffic School. This only applies to traffic tickets received after July 1, 2011. If you got a ticket before July 1, 2011 you can still request Second Time Traffic School."
They'll cash it; things are just running slow in Portland State Gov't due to the budget cutbacks and furloughs. Trust me, they'll want the money in the bank ASAP.
Keep your money in the bank so your check will not bounce. Patience, the legal system sucks.