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How to Make a Payment

State courts have several ways for you to make payments.  To avoid added charges or the suspension of your drivers license, be sure to keep your payments up to date. 

Online Payment Options 

You may be able to make payments on most court cases. 
OJD Courts ePay

OJD Courts ePay

OJD Courts ePay allows you to pay online for many types of court cases, including most traffic citations and many criminal & civil cases. You may find your amount due by searching by citation, case, or account numbers. ​

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Other Payment Options

For the majority of courts, to make a payment on a case, there are three other options. When you are ready to make a payment, please have the following information available:

  • Full name (as listed on the court paperwork)
  • Case number

If you do not have this information available, the court may still be able to help you.

 

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Call the Court

The majority of courts will continue to take credit card information by phone. See the Court Information Finder below for phone numbers to verify which courts will or will not accept phone payments. 

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Go to the Courthouse

You may make a payment in person at the circuit court in your county using cash, check, or credit card. See the Court Information Finder below for your court's address. 

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Send via mail

State courts accept checks by mail. See the Court Information Finder below for the state court's mailing address.