Pay Fines, Fees & Court Costs in Criminal Cases
Court ordered criminal assessments and fines are due at the time of sentencing. If a person is unable to pay the costs at the time of sentencing, he or she may appear at the Court Clerk's office and request a payment plan as sanctioned by the sentencing Judge, or the Cost Judge. Payment plans are not automatic and are subject to a Rule 8 Hearing. Payment plans must be completed on the day of sentencing.
- Money Order
- Cashier's Check
- Credit Cards *
- American Express
* Credit card payments must be processed in person or online. The credit card holder must be present with a driver's license for an in person transaction. For example, the defendant cannot present a relative's card for payment without the relative being present.
Payments for payment plan installments are due the first Wednesday of each month and can be made in person, through the mail or online. Online payments can be made 24 hours a day and are posted immediately to your case. Cases that have been sentenced from 2005 to present are eligible to receive payments online. If a case has been sentenced before 2005, payments must be made in person or through the mail.
In the event any installment is not paid when due, the Defendant shall either appear in Court on due date or failure to make a payment will result in a bench warrant(s) being issued.
Money order or Cashier Checks are accepted thorough the mail. Please do not send cash. Payments should be payable to the:
301 E Harrison, RM 201
Guthrie, OK 73044