Payment of Fines
Fines, including restitution fines, are due on the date set by the Court. The judge may either order you to pay your fine by a specific date or will grant you monthly payments. Restitution fines that are paid by installments are assessed an additional administrative fee to cover the cost of collecting the restitution fine. Fines must be paid on time.
If you are ordered to pay your fine to the Court, you must pay the fine in person or by mail at the court facility you appeared in. You may pay by cash, check, money order, or cashier check. Please do not mail cash. Make checks payable to the Clerk of the Superior Court and include your court case number on your check.
If you have questions, please contact your attorney, probation officer, or the Criminal Clerk's Office.