Judici Plea/Pay

Traffic Tickets & Conservation Violations

Search for your name on Judici.com using the link below. (You do not have a case number)
If you use this payment option, DO NOT mail in the court remittance of your ticket.

 

Q. Why isn’t my case eligible for Judici Plea & Pay?

According to Judici, “Only certain types of cases are eligible for Judici Plea & Pay”.

  • The only cases types that may use Judici E-Pay Plea and Pay are TR (Traffic)and CV (Conservation).
  • Your county must allow Judici Plea & Pay payments.
  • In addition, only violations that do not require appearance in court (may appear) cases are eligible. Read your ticket carefully to ensure it says may appear.
  • If you received more than one ticket at the time of the offense, other than a seat belt citation, your cases are not eligible for Judici E-Pay Plea and Pay.
  • Your case must be open. Make sure there is no date in the “Initial Close Date” field on the Case Information page.
  • Your case must not have a disposition or sentence other than “Failure to Appear”.
  • Any cash bond posted on the violation must not exceed the amount due to the court.

Payment is due by court date with or without court supervision.

 


 

Court Supervision

To Request Supervision:

1. To request Court Supervision for the State’s Attorney’s Office, fill out an Online Court Supervision Request.

2. You cannot pay supervision online. If supervision is approved, payment must be made via money order and mailed to the Circuit Clerk’s office.

If you have already paid your ticket online, or have sent in the blue copy of your ticket and/or paid the ticket fine amount:

You must file a Motion to Vacate Guilty Plea with the Circuit Clerk’s Office and pay an additional fee before continuing with your Request for an Order of Supervision.

This fee is set by State Statue:

  • Less than 30 days since conviction date: $20.00 to file motion.
  • More than 30 days since conviction date: $40.00 to file motion.

Payment is due by court date with or without court supervision.

 


 

Judici E-Pay

To Make A Payment on a Court Case:

If you want to make a payment on a case with outstanding fines and fees, search for your name on Judici.com.

Q. Why isn’t my case eligible for Judici E-Pay?

According to Judici, “There are a number of reasons why your case may not be eligible for Judici E-Pay.

1. Your county must allow Judici E-Pay payments.

2. The case must be closed. Without a disposition and sentence on all charge(s), the case is not eligible.

3. The case must have an outstanding balance in accounts receivable.

4. The case must not have a prohibited payment type of electronic payment.”

Payment is due by court date with or without court supervision.

 
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