Payment if in Collections
Effective July 1, 2009 and pursuant to Virginia Code section 19.2-354 and 46.2-395, the Norfolk Circuit Court has established guidelines for the payment of fines, costs, forfeitures and penalties assessed by Circuit Court. Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. is the collection agent for the recovery of delinquent fines , costs, forfeitures and penalties. If your account (s) is/are being collected by Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C., please note the following conditions and mandatory requirements that must be satisfied in order for you to qualify for the deferred or installment payments under section 19.2-354 and 46.2-395.
The defendant will be responsible for supplying the Clerk’s Office with a copy of his/her current DMV transcript indicating which convictions have resulted in license suspension.
You must complete the attached Norfolk Circuit Court Request for Deferred Payment Agreement form.
You must take the Request for Deferred Payment Agreement form to Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. along with documentation verifying your status as a Virginia resident. Such proof includes current utility bills, current leases, identification cards, checking accounts, etc.
At the time of presenting your written request to Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. you must make an initial payment of your outstanding fines, costs, forfeitures or penalties with either cash, money order, certified check or cashiers check as determined by Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C.
You will be required to complete the attached personal information worksheet and provide the following documentation to Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C.; your last check stub, your most recent W-2 tax forms or tax return prior to Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. processing your deferred payment plan request.
The length of the deferral period shall be determined on a case-by-case basis, and such decision is to be made exclusively by Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C.
If you are eligible for a deferred payment agreement plan, you will receive a receipt from Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. You will be required to appear at the Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk’s Office to have a deputy clerk complete the payment agreement plan.
As a condition to your applying for and receiving a deferred payment arrangement, your must provide written notice to Glasser & Glasser, P.L.C. and the Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk’s Office of any changes in employment or address.
These conditions are effective July 1, 2009 and remain in effect until changed by the Clerk of Court, Norfolk Circuit Court.