Deadline is May 11 for the 2020-21 Inn year.
Florida’s court clerks and comptrollers want the public to know that payment plans are available for those who owe court-ordered financial obligations.
With the economic downturn caused by measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, people may find themselves in difficult financial circumstances.
“All of us at the Clerk’s Office realize these are trying times financially for everyone in our community. I want to remind folks that payment plans are available through our office to help begin paying down traffic tickets or criminal fines that people may not be able to pay off all at once,” said Duval County Clerk of Courts Ronnie Fussell in an email.
Duval County Clerk of Courts Ronnie Fussell said people who need to make payment arrangements may call (904) 255-2300 to speak with a clerk representative or visit duvalclerk.com/status to download a payment plan form.
Inn of Court taking applications
The Chester Bedell American Inn of Court is accepting applications for membership for the 2020-21 Inn year. The application deadline is May 11.
Members may serve as pupils, students at accredited law schools; associates, lawyers with fewer than five years of experience; barristers, lawyers with more than five and up to 15 years of experience; or masters, more than 15 years of experience.
The term for pupils and associates is one year. The term for barristers is three years. There is no term for masters.
Applications are available at inns.innsofcourt.org under Membership on the home page.
Questions may be directed to membership chair Courtney Grimm at [email protected] or (904) 269-6303.