Court Payment Options/Case Lookup

How do I pay my fine?

Fines may be paid online, over the phone, in person, by mail, or drop box.


The Court accepts cash, money orders, checks (personal checks are NOT acceptable for restitution payments) Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. A fine is due on the same day it is imposed. If you are unable to pay the full amount, you may request a payment plan in person at the court. The Court is required by law to add an additional $20 time payment fee and $20 contract fee to the fine.

If you wish to pay the fine, you may waive your right to a hearing by pleading responsible and paying the sanction according to the sanction schedule.

Delinquent fines can become very costly if left unpaid. Driving privileges are suspended and a warrant may be issued if the fine is for a criminal offense. The court can accept partial payments at any time, however, sanctions remain active until paid in full. Some cases are eligible for the Compliance Assistance Program (CAP).