Issaquah Municipal Court offers debt reduction program

May 2, 2009

By Contributor

NEW — 6 a.m. May 2, 2009

To help citizens who have outstanding traffic tickets and fines regain their driver’s licenses, Issaquah Municipal Court is offering a debt reduction program through May 31.

During this period, the court and its collection agency will waive the accrued interest and 50 percent of the outstanding collection costs.

“For those who have outstanding fines, this is a great time to clear your record and save some money at the same time,” said Lynne Jacobs, court administrator.

Those with outstanding fines that have been referred to collections can contact AllianceOne Collection Agency at 1-800-456-8838 toll-free to take advantage of the program. The agency will also be able to provide the names of other courts where fines may be outstanding.

For other information, call the court at 837-3170.

Once the tickets are paid in full and reported to the court, adjudication slips must be delivered to the Department of Licensing to clear a driving record and obtain a valid driver’s license.

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One Response to “Issaquah Municipal Court offers debt reduction program”

  1. Curtis on May 30th, 2013 10:46 am

    The debt reduction program does not waive any portion of the fees ? I just called and spoke with ” Fran” from Alliance one, The collection agency acts as if they have never heard of this and can only put you a payment program to get your lic. No fees are waived. A $299.00 dollars speeding ticket from Issaquah courts, just cost me $683.19 so I can get my lic renewed.
    Just thought you would like to hear first hand since I just experienced it.

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