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Bond Information
A principal bond paid on your behalf can be applied to your sentence at your discretion. If a bond was paid on your behalf in the form of a security bond, the security will need to be present on the assigned court date and time with valid ID if they would like to apply the money they paid to your sentence. If the security is not present on the assigned court date, they will receive a refund check within 30 days after the adjudication of the case via mail.

The check will be sent to the address given at the time the bond paperwork was signed. The defendant will then be expected to pay for the citation(s) in full after being sentenced, or they will be placed on probation. If the security turns in bondsman off bond paperwork, the refund will be issued within 30 days after the adjudication of the case via mail. If the judge refunds any part of a principal or security bond, the refund will be issued within 30 days after the adjudication of the case via mail.

If a bond was paid on your behalf in the form of a surety bond, or if you were released on your own recognizance (O/R bond), you will be expected to appear in court on your court date to address your charges. No actual funds were received by this court. You will need to contact your bondsman about what they require to recoup any funds.

Jurisdiction
Please note that our jurisdiction is limited to approximately 5.4 square miles of Norcross. If your citation was not issued in the city limits of Norcross by the Norcross Police department, we do not have access to information about your traffic citation.

Your citation will have Norcross Police Department written near the top of the citation if it was issued by our police department. If your citation was written by another agency, such as the Gwinnett County Police, you will need to contact that agency for information about your ticket.