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Mansfield Municipal Court Starts Online Fine Payments

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/26/2013

If you get a speeding ticket and the fine must be paid to Mansfield Municipal Court, you no longer have to drive to city hall. Clerk of Courts Dan Smith has implemented on-line credit card payments for fines and court costs. Smith says this will reduce his costs, because his office won't have to pay the fees for using a credit card. On-line speeding ticket fine payments have been in effect for about a month, and Smith says many people are taking advantage of it. The website is www.mansfieldpmts.com. If you don't have internet access and want to pay over the phone, call 877-658-4494.

   
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