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Any person who has been cited for a violation of this title or related rules may appear before a court of competent jurisdiction and pay the statutory fee at or prior to the time scheduled for a hearing or, if bond has been posted, may forfeit the bond by not appearing at the scheduled time. A person appearing at the time scheduled in the citation may make a statement in explanation of that person's action and the judge may at that time waive, reduce, or suspend the statutory fee or bond, or both. If the person cited follows the foregoing procedures, that person has admitted the violation and has waived the right to a hearing on the issue of commission of the violation. The bond required to secure appearance before the judge must be identical to the administrative fee established by section 55-08-19. Within ten days after forfeiture of bond or payment of the statutory fee, the judge shall certify to the director admission of the violation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 55. State Historical Society and State Parks § 55-08-18. Violations noncriminal--Procedures - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-55-state-historical-society-and-state-parks/nd-cent-code-sect-55-08-18/
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