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What to do for Community Service

In some cases we like our client to voluntarily complete community service and other times the court may order you to complete community service. If you must complete community service hours it needs to be at a public non-profit organization that is not affiliated with a church of other religious institution.

The following non profit organizations are acceptable:

If you have a question about the court accepting your community service, contact one of our offices or the court in the jurisdiction of your ticket.

Proof of your community service must come in the form of a notarized letter on the organization’s letterhead that itemizes the hours completed, together with a description of the work done.

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