You will need to contact the Department of Public Safety for assistance at (651) 296-6911. Minnesota driving privileges are valid only when indicated by the Department of Public Safety records. Diversion Solutions may be available to assist you in this process. https://diversionsolutions.net/programs/drivers-license-reinstatement-program/
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Payable tickets may be paid online at https://www.mncourts.gov/Pay-a-Fine.aspx or in person at the Carlton County Court Administrator’s Office.
You may look up your fine amount online, phone (218) 673-5065, or by contacting the MN Court Payment Center (CPC).
Contact the Carlton County Court Administrator’s Office to make arrangements to set up a payment schedule.
Appear for court on the date and time specified on your ticket. You may call the Carlton County Attorney’s Office at (218) 384-9166 prior to your hearing to discuss your ticket. A resolution may be reached ahead of a court hearing. On your hearing date, you may also ask to speak with the prosecutor prior to your court appearance. He/She will be available approximately one-half hour prior to the start of the arraignment calendar. If you wish to plead not guilty, you will be given another court date for a court trial or pre-trial hearing.
Contact the Carlton County Court Administrator’s Office to find out a date and time you may appear on the warrant.
Contact the Carlton County Court Administrator’s Office for information.
Provide the insurance information to Carlton County Court Administrator’s Office prior to your court date. Your insurance information will then be verified and if your insurance is valid the no insurance charge will be dismissed. If your insurance cannot be verified, you will need to appear in court.