My question is I got put on diversion last month and I got traffic tickets 5 months ago while still dealing with court for my felony Diversion from Kansas. I live in oklahoma and my traffic tickets are from oklahoma and the total over $1000 dollars. I went to court in downtown oklahoma city and the gave me a month to come up with the cash. Well that time is coming up and I can't afford the cost. What will happen? Will the issue a warrant and then kansas will take away my diversion? I'm so scared right know
Most likely negative things will happen in your criminal case if you do not pay the fines ordered.
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Go to court with as much money as you can pay on the tickets. At least $100. Ask the judge for additional time to pay and most courts will give you more time as long as you have made an effort to pay part of your fine. Ten dollars in not going to cut it. Be on time in church clothes, no shorts or t shirts.
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