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JP1 COURT AND CORONA VIRUS UPDATE
The Kendall County Historical Courthouse is CLOSED to the public until further notice.
Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
will be open for business 8:00 to 5:00 by telephone or electronic means ONLY
until further notice. Listed below is detailed information on how you can
handle your traffic citation during this time.
You can contact the court by phone
and send any documentation by mail. If there is no answer, please leave a
message. The clerk is probably on the other line. The court will
return your phone calls and process your requests as quickly as time
All civil cases are on hold until
further notice. If you have a civil case filed with this court, we will
proceed with your case when we can set docket hearings again. You can
submit a new civil filing to the court by mail.
NO EVICTIONS will be scheduled
No writs will be issued or
All court hearings previously
scheduled are postponed until a further date.
THE JURY TRIAL SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 20, 2020 @ 9:00AM HAS BEEN CANCELED.
CRIMINAL/ TRAFFIC CITATION INFORMATION:
The court cannot give legal advice. It is recommended that
you consult an attorney if you are unsure of how you are wanting to handle your
case. This court CANNOT speak to anyone about another person's
Any persons under the age of 17 years old, you must appear with a
parent or guardian. You must call to make an appointment to speak with
the Judge about your citation in open court.
The court accepts Cashier's Check or Money Order
only made payable to JP#1.
Cash or personal checks are not accepted.
· To pay with a credit card online or by phone,
contact certified payments at 1-866-549-1010 or go to Certified Payments webpage.
When paying a citation for Precinct 1, you must use bureau
code 3740102 to allocate your payment to this
precinct. This bureau code is for Precinct 1 payments only.
If you remit payment to this bureau code for another precinct citation,
your payment will be refunded and your case may fall delinquent in the correct
Pay citation in full: appear in person, pay online, or mail in payment.
Submitting full payment for your fine and costs constitutes a plea of no
contest and the offense will be reported as a conviction.
Extension to pay in full: enter your plea in writing and submit it to the court by
your due date. The offense will be reported as a conviction. You
will be given 30 days to pay in full. If not paid within 30 days a $15.00
time-payment fee will be added.
Driving Safety Course (DSC): See DSC-Driver Safety Course link below
Deferred Disposition (probation): See Deferred Disposition link below
Dismissals: Potential dismissals
for such offenses as Expired Registration,
Expired Driver License, or Defective Equipment may be dismissed if
you remedy the defect (if expired registration you must pay the penalty fee
with the tax assessor's office), submit in paper form (photos or receipts)
to the court either by the 20th day after your citation date or by the "on
or before" date listed on your citation which these dismissals carry a
$10.00 dismissal fee. If you were cited for No Insurance and you had
current insurance the date AT THE
TIME OF YOUR TRAFFIC STOP, you may present proof of your insurance to
the court for a dismissal with no dismissal fee. If you did not have
current insurance at the time of your traffic stop, your case CANNOT be dismissed.
Alternatives to Payment of Fines and Costs: See Alternative to Payment of Fines and Costs link below
Plea and Options
Driving Safety Course.docx
Alternatives to Payment of Fines and Costs.docx
CIVIL CASE INFORMATION:
The court cannot give legal advise. It is recommended that you consult an attorney if you are unsure of how you are wanting to handle your case.
SMALL CLAIMS FILING FEE$51.00 FEES FOR SERVICE: $85.00 (per person being served)
UPDATE 3/20/2020: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- JUDGE NUNLEY WILL NOT BE PREFORMING ANY MARRIAGE CEREMONIES.
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