Raised Bill No. 5365
LCO No. 1341
personal appearance to answer the charge against him, his motor48vehicle registration certificate or operator's license, upon his failure to49appear for any scheduled court appearance. Any infractions or50violations, for which a report of failure to appear has been sent to the51commissioner under this subsection, that have not otherwise been52disposed of shall be dismissed by operation of law seven years after53such report was sent.54(c)
The commissioner may enter into reciprocal agreements with the55proper authorities of other states, which agreements may include56provisions for the suspension or revocation of licenses and57registrations of residents and nonresidents who fail to appear for trial58at the time and place assigned.59(d)
Any judgment under this section shall be opened upon the60payment to the clerk of the Superior Court of a fee of forty dollars.61Such filing fee may be waived by the court.62(e) The provisions of subsections (b) and (d) of this section shall63apply to any person who fails to pay a fee imposed under subsection64(e) of section 17a-696, subsection (i) of section 46b-38c, subsection (c) of65section 53a-29, as amended by this act, and section 53a-39c, 54-56e, 54-6656g or 54-56i, or any cost imposed under section 21a-283.67
In addition, the provisions of subsection (b) of this section68shall apply to sections 29-322, 29-349 and 29-351.69Sec. 4. Subsection (j) of section 14-296aa of the 2012 supplement to70the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu71thereof (
Effective October 1, 2012
The state shall remit to a municipality twenty-five per cent of the73amount received for a violation of this section with respect to each74summons issued by such municipality.
for a violation of this section.
75Each clerk of the Superior Court or the Chief Court Administrator, or76any other official of the Superior Court designated by the Chief Court77