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In many cases, reasonable payment arrangements can be made. This requires a written agreement as to payment terms. If you stop making payments, you can be criminally charged for the full amount. It is important to stay in contact with the investigator assigned to your case.
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Our investigators attempt to make contact with the persons involved in a check case and may use email, text, or social media in addition to phone calls or in-person contact. To confirm that the person contacting you is one of our investigators, contact our office and confirm their identity. Our investigators are certified peace officers.
Contact the Hot Check Division and discuss the case with us. In almost all cases the balance can be paid and the case will be closed. If the case is ignored, it will result in a warrant for your arrest.
Have your attorney contact the prosecutor assigned to your case. Our investigators can no longer work with you after the case is indicted. Paying the balance after arrest will not cause the charge to be dismissed.