TMCLR 7.2 RESTITUTION Where the court orders that a defendant pay restitution, but does not set an amount at the time of disposition, the city attorney shall, within 60 days, file with the court a proposed amount, with documentation in support thereof. The city attorney shall mail to the defendant's last known address or to the defendant’s attorney the proposed amount, with copies of the supporting documents. If the defendant wishes to contest the proposed amount, the defendant shall file with the court an objection within 30 days of the date the proposed amount was mailed to the defendant's last known address or to the defendant’s attorney. Upon receipt of an objection by the court, the court shall schedule a restitution hearing, and shall send notice to the city attorney and the defendant. If the city attorney does not file a proposed amount within 60 days of disposition, the matter of restitution shall be deemed waived unless otherwise authorized by the court. If the defendant does not object, the proposed amount shall be entered as a judgment. Payment of restitution shall be made through the Clerk of the Court unless otherwise ordered by the court.
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