I received an Order for Restitution and the defendant is not paying; what do I do?
If you are not receiving payments from a Defendant, please contact the Judicial Enforcement Office at the Bannock County Courthouse at 208-236-7325. You will need the Defendant’s name and/or case number to identify what type of payment plan the Defendant arranged. If the Defendant is late in payments, you can either:
- Contact the Probation Officer (if applicable)
- Contact the Prosecutor to possibly reopen the case
- Obtain a Civil Judgment through the Prosecutor’s Office

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1. When is my next court date?
2. I was served with a subpoena; now what do I do?
3. My case was screened by your office and charges are not being filed. Can you tell me why?
4. My spouse/significant other was charged with domestic battery for pushing/hitting me, but it didn’t really happen that way. Can I drop the charges?
5. How do I remove or modify a No Contact Order that exists between my spouse/significant other and I?
6. I received an Order for Restitution and the defendant is not paying; what do I do?
7. How do I file a claim for damages against the City?
8. Will an attorney from your department represent me?