People tend to check in during these times:
traffic and minor offenses are handled on the second floor. The line is right next to the escalator. Busiest times are usually in the morning, especially after the weekend or a holiday.
If you gotta pay a traffic ticket, goto the 2nd floor & check in @ a window. Then the cashier will call your name. Visa/MC & checks accepted.
Family law or civil fillings and small claims 3rd floor
Felony check-in is everyday except Wednesday. The cutoff is at 12 pm. The line will be the one next to the escalator on the 2nd floor.
Lots of crazy people here 2day
Lots of crazy Puerto people
Parking lots fill up fast. Long lines to get in.
Bring your own lunch!
Come with plenty of time, because the administrative folks helping the civilians are much more jaded than folks fighting for their constitutional rights. (2nd Floor Misdemeanor and Traffic Division)
When you come here to pay a ticket be sure you get in the correct line! It takes twice as long if you get in the "Bench warrant payment only line"
The domestic violence clinic is awesome!
Be prepared to pay even if you're innocent. They should charge the citing officer the "dismissal fee"
Be prepared to spend 2+ hours of your time when you're here. The process is s-l-o-w.
Clerks look depressed, and aren't very friendly!
for collections, AllianceOne is located on the second floor, at the end of the row of windows. They are stations L and M. There is a sign to let you know where their line starts.
Misdemeanor check-in is on the second floor, in front of the middle window. There is a sign that will let you know you are in the right place. Cutoff is at 8:45am everyday.
Montegna Law @ 294 Shast st, C.V. Across the street from 4th ave. This guy knows the Law and can work the syste to your favor. Tell him Jose Z. sent you.