Methods of payment:
- Cashier check and money order payments are accepted through the mail and in person.
- Cash payments are accepted in person only. Do not send cash payments through the mail.
- Money Order payments should be made payable to the 56B District Court. Please do not staple or tape your money order to the citation.
- Credit Cards are only accepted. If you wish to use your Credit Card, you may call our Credit Card payment service at 1-888-604-7888. Have the pay location code (1032) when calling, click on the link below, or bring your credit card to the 56B District Court Office. Please note that there is a service fee for using this service. The fee is based upon the price of the ticket. Please direct questions regarding this matter to the service when calling.
You may pay in the following ways:
- IN PERSON – A defendant may appear in court to admit responsibility anytime during the course of a normal business day. Court hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bring your copy of the citation with you. The clerk will ask you to sign the back of your ticket admitting responsibility and issue a receipt for your payment.
- MAIL – Appearance by mail is made when the defendant returns the citation to the court with a signed admission of responsibility (see back of ticket), along with full payment of applicable fines and costs. Personal checks and money order payments will be accepted by mail. Mail payment to the court listed on your citation. If payment is not enclosed, the court will enter the judgment and assess the appropriate fines and costs. Your payment must be received within 14 days. The timeliness of a mail appearance is determined by the postmark date of the defendant’s letter.
- CREDIT CARD – Click the link to access online payment. Please have case number or ticket number ready. https://www.govpaynow.com/gps/user/plc/1032
WARNING: Failure to make a timely appearance will result in entry of a default judgment against the defendant. Noncompliance with the judgment will result in eventual suspension of the defendant’s license as well as other possible sanctions. Failure to answer a citation or a notice to appear in court for a traffic violation can also result in license suspension.
Page Last Modified: December 14, 2012 at 8:33 am