Method of Payment

Deadlines & Methods

You may make payment online, by mail or by appearing in person within 10 business days from the date that you received the citation. If you appear in person, the court will accept:
  • Cash
  • Certified Checks
  • Com Checks
  • Money Orders
  • Personal Checks
  • Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express


If you mail your payment, the court will accept personal checks, money orders, certified checks or com checks only, do not send cash in the mail. If you have posted your driver's license as bond or your license is suspended and you wish to expedite the processing of your case, please mail a certified check to the court.

Making Checks

Make all checks payable to the 12th District Court. Remember to include a copy of your citation and please print your name and the citation number on the check. If you make your payment after 10 business days without making prior arrangements, a $25 late fee may be added to the original fines and costs (PDF).


The 12th District Court accepts online payments for Criminal and Traffic fines and costs.  Civil payments must be made in person in the Civil Department on the 1st Floor of the Courthouse.  Online payments may be submitted here.