Q: If my speeding ticket is not up after a month, do I still have to pay it?
It’s been almost 10 business days since I got my citation but I know for minors that if it is not up after a month, it does not have to be paid. Is that “rule” the same thing as a speeding ticket?
A: Sometimes police issue a citation but do not send it in to the court. If the court never receives it, it can be ignored. Rare, but it happens. As a result, it's a good idea to look up the citation using the citation number on the Minnesota court's website. Once it shows there, respond by paying or setting up a court date.
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