the charges, lost there license and has to attend classes. Does this mean they still owe fines? If they still owe at this time what happens? Will they go back to jail?
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That expression is used by the judge/criminal court deputy clerk to mean that the defendant owes a fine and court costs and a "show cause" date is set in the future as a deadline to comply with the agreement reached at sentencing. The fines, fees and costs to be paid; to surrender the auto plates, show proof of volunteer hours, etc. The defendant needs to honor whatever obligations were committed to with the court.
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