No - The City Prosecutor is only available in the courtroom on your scheduled court date.
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No - Court costs are already included in the fine amount stated on your citation. There are also no additional costs to have your case heard by the Judge at trial other than your time off of work, etc. to attend the trial. There may be additional costs involved in subpoenaing a witness or hiring an expert witness to appear on your behalf to testify at trial should your case demand the same. Instructions for subpoenaing witness are provided by the court. All costs associated with preparation for trial are your sole responsibility.
You can either pay online, by mail or drop off your payment to the City of Brookfield Police Department at 2100 N. Calhoun Rd., Brookfield, WI 53005. Make checks payable to "City of Brookfield". If you are paying in person the City accepts Master Card or Visa. Out of state checks are not accepted. Please do not send cash through the mail.
Pay online, pay in person by cash, check, money order or Master Card, Visa. Pay by mail in the form of a check or money order. (Out of state checks are not accepted) The City does not accept payments over the phone. 2100 N. Calhoun Road, Brookfield, WI 53005 ** Do not send cash in the mail **
If you appear at an Initial Appearance/Pre-trial Conference with a citation for Operating After Suspension/Revocation, the City Prosecutor will review your driving record with you to determine if you are suspended for non-payment of a Municipal Citation. If that is the case, the City Prosecutor may propose a settlement that allows you to follow a specific procedure to reinstate your driver's license. If, after the conference with the City Prosecutor, you are still unsure as to what you need to do to reinstate your driver's license, ask the City Prosecutor to re-explain your settlement proposal or ask the Judge when your case is called.
When you appear on your court date, you will have the opportunity to discuss programming options with the prosecutor. However, It is up to the prosecutor to determine whether a specific program or class is appropriate for your offense.