|Max King of the Wild said:
Also there is no reason for the courts to have your IRS information. That is beyond invasive.
If you are refering to what I wrote, well courts have not much to do with the process. Its a centralized system which will send the fine to the person who owns the car based on a license plate and its all pretty automatic. Courts get into the game if you have complaints. And actually only get the data for a process if its even necessary. You have a certain amount of time to react then its accepted. Nobody sees your data. Just the result and I am not even sure If anyone even sees the letter.