The primary role of the County Attorney's Office is the prosecution of criminal violations occurring within Marshall County according to the Iowa code.
What We Do:
What We Don't Do:
- Provide legal advice individuals or private groups
- Represent or defend individuals or private groups
- Prepare legal documents such as wills, deeds, or guardianship paperwork for individuals or private groups
Marshall County Attorney Fine Enforcement and Driver License Reinstatement Program
The following links will allow you to print the form that is required to initiate a payment agreement through Marshall County Attorney. The completed from can be scanned and returned to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
Marshall County Attorney
1 E. Main Street
Marshalltown, IA 50158
About the The Fines Recovery & Driver’s License Reinstatement Programs
The purpose of this program is to assist individuals who have delinquent court debt by providing a payment plan option. Some people qualify to have their driver’s license reinstated while they make payments. We work closely with probation offices to ensure people under supervision are on and active and current payment plan.
Assisting Residents with Delinquent Financial Court Obligations
The Marshall County Attorney's Office has established programs to assist the residents of Marshall County and those non-residents who have delinquent financial court obligations in Marshall County. For many, outstanding court debt has become a source of ongoing stress, financial hardship and in some cases additional court costs resulting from contempt of court and jail time.
Reaching a Broader Range of People
Two distinctly separate programs have been created in an effort to provide assistance to a broader range of people. For example, those who might not qualify for driver's license reinstatement at this time might be eligible for a payment plan through our office while they work to meet the other requirements for reinstatement.
- Avoidance of contempt charges
- Avoidance of garnishment of wages
- Reinstatement of driving privileges
- Renewal of vehicle registration
- Peace of mind
- Child support must be current for driver's license reinstatement
- DOT civil penalties must be paid before applicant will qualify (Contact Department of Transportation for more information at (515) 244-9124)
- First payment due at time of admittance
- If not employed and receiving income from FIP, SSI, or other non-employment income, applicant may be accepted for a payment plan upon review
- Must obtain and maintain liability insurance (auto insurance) for license reinstatement
- No pending criminal charges or outstanding arrest warrants
Please contact Collections Program Coordinator Dawn Allison to proceed with payment arrangements.
If you are employed: Wage Assignment Agreement
If you are unemployed: Voluntary Payment Plan Agreement