How do I pay my fine?
Fines may be paid in person, by mail, or over the phone.
- Click here to view our Fine/Sanction schedule.
- Call (623) 930-2427 to pay over the phone.
- For additional information, call (623) 930-2459.
- Click here for online payments.
The court accepts cash, checks, money orders, MasterCard, Visa, and American Express (personal checks are NOT acceptable for restitution payments). 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 must add an additional $20 time payment fee and $20 contract fee to the fine.
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).
Civic Traffic and Parking Violation Fine/Sanction Schedule & Moving Violation Point Schedule
Civil traffic moving violations are eligible offenses for Defensive Driving School (DDS). If you successfully complete the school, the charge will be dismissed and no points will be placed on your driving record.
The sanctions listed apply if paid before the court appearance date. Mandatory State surcharges are already included. If payment is not received by the court appearance date and a payment plan was not requested, a default judgment will be issued and the amount due will increase by $20.00 per case, $45.00 per count, and the Motor Vehicle Department will be directed to suspend driving privileges. Matters in default may be sent to collections, wherein an additional $35.00 per case and 19% per count will be added under the Arizona Supreme Court Fines/Fees and Restitution Enforcement Program.
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.