All about Traffic Fines

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By Edition On Monday, May 14th, 2018
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Pay your traffic fine before traveling!

WILLEMSTAD - The holiday period is imminent. The Public Prosecution (OM) Curaçao advises drivers with an outstanding fine to pay a visit to the "Paga Bo But" paying agency at the Waaigat before they travel abroad. Officials More...

Public Prosecution
By Edition On Monday, April 23rd, 2018
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Pay your fine before May 2, 2018

WILLEMSTAD - On Wednesday, May 2, 2018, the monthly "traffic session" takes place again. The Public Prosecution (OM) Curaçao reminds everyone that the transaction, as stated in the fines (OPV), will be increased More...

Public Prosecutor
By Edition On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
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OM: First arrest for unpaid traffic fines

WILLEMSTAD - The first defaulter of the Public Prosecution (OM) has been detained today to serve time behind bars (due to non-payment of fines). It concerns the man J.G.U. (1994). During a regular police check, More...

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By Edition On Monday, February 5th, 2018
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OM: Pay your fine before February 6!

WILLEMSTAD - On February 7, 2018, a so-called "traffic session" in court will take place again. The Public Prosecution (OM) Curaçao reminds everyone that the amount as stated on the fine (OPV) is increased after More...

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By Edition On Monday, October 23rd, 2017
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Traffic fine tariffs increase

WILLEMSTAD - The Public Prosecutor has increased the tariffs for fines for a number of traffic violations. Riding through a red light, using a cell phone behind the wheel and driving without a seatbelt will not More...

Curacao Airport
By Edition On Tuesday, June 13th, 2017
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50 passengers with outstanding fines stopped at airport

WILLEMSTAD - Fifty passengers had to pay at the Hato airport if they wanted to board their flight. They had an outstanding fine. Some of them have settled a payment arrangement with the Public Prosecution (OM), More...

Curacao Airport
By Edition On Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
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Public Prosecution checking traveling passengers for outstanding traffic fines

WILLEMSTAD – Today the Public Prosecution (OM) of Curaçao will be checking traveling passengers who are leaving the island for outstanding traffic fines. These actions started early this morning. Those who have More...