How to Pay a Fine
- You may pay in person using cash, money order, credit card or debit card.
- You may send a money order, or cashier’s check by mail. If you want a receipt, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
- When paying fines at the court (or otherwise) by credit or debit card:
- The court does not directly accept credit/debit cards.
- We do indirectly accept credit/debit card payments through a third-party website.
- There is a convenience fee charged to the payee by the third-party.
To plea guilty/no contest or not guilty to a civil traffic fine by mail, please use our Traffic Ticket Plea and Fine Form.
Call Mayer Justice Court for further information.
If your fine has been sent to a collections agency:
- Fines And Restitution Enforcement (FARE) – Follow the directions you received in the mail to pay online with a credit card or pay at the court. Payments should be in the form of a money order, cashiers check or cash.
- Valley Collections – Payments can be made with a credit card, cash or check. Personal checks have to be held for two weeks until they are cleared by the bank. Therefore, if you want credit sooner, payments should be made by cashier’s check, credit card or money order.