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  • Admit Responsibility and Pay Fine

    You may pay your fine by mail or over the phone with a credit card for Civil Traffic moving violations only.  If you were cited for a non-moving civil traffic violation or a criminal traffic violation you must appear in court on your arraignment date. 

    All civil penalties are due in full on or before the scheduled appearance date.  If you do not pay your penalty in full on or before the scheduled court date, you must request a time payment plan. There is a $20.00 time payment fee added to all fines and penalties not paid in full on the same day they are imposed. 

    NOTE:  The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) will requires you to attend Traffic Survival School (TSS) if you plead responsible for Red Light Violation(s) or for any moving violation if under age 18 (1st offense).  If you are eligible for Defensive Driving School and complete the class, the violation will be dismissed and MVD will not require you to attend TSS.

    How to Pay Fine

    To pay your fine by mail, you MUST pay the entire fine and do so prior to the appearance date indicated on the bottom right hand corner of your complaint.  Upon receiving your complaint, you should have received an envelope that contained a bond card providing instructions about paying your fine by mail.

    All Payments will post next business day


    PAYMENTS ARE ACCEPTED FOR:

    • Civil Traffic Violations

      • If payment is made 10 or more days after the initial court date (see citation/complaint for the date), your case may be in collections and late fees may be applied. Your license may also be suspended. Contact the court to inquire balance due.
      • If your driver license has been suspended, you must call the court for further instructions.
    • Payment Schedules

      Partial payments may be made ONLY if the court has set up a payment plan for you. A $20.00 time payment fee will be added to your case. Please call the court to set up a payment plan.

    PAYMENTS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED FOR:

    • Violations A.R.S. 28-4135A, B, C

    • Defensive Driving School

      See the Bond Card for school information or go to www.azcourts.gov/driveschoolinfo
    • Outstanding Warrants

      Bonds cannot be posted on this site. Contact the court.
    • Partial payments

      You must set up a payment schedule with the court before making the first payment.
    • Juveniles

      Must come to the court with a parent or guardian.

    Pay in Full

    You may pay online at:  www.azcourtpay.com  There is a $5.00 fee per transaction. You must enter your citation number.

    Pay by Mail

    In order to properly pay your fine by mail, please follow these steps:
    • In the middle section of your complaint, locate the "Section" area (example: A.R.S. 28-701A) of the complaint.  This will give you the information to locate your fine amount.  On your bond card, locate the A.R.S code that will contain the amount that you owe to the court.  If the code does not exist on the bond card, please call the court at (520) 387-7684. 
    • Once you have located the fine amount, please fill out the portion of the bond card that states "Option 1 - PAY THE FINE BY MAIL" as requested.  
    • Submit a check, money order or cashier's check (Made payable to Ajo Justice Court) along with the form listed above, in the envelope provided to you.  DO NOT SEND CASH.  Along with the check, please provide the court a copy of the complaint or write the  complaint number on the memo part of the check and return in the envelope provided to you with the bond card.  (NOTE: A $25.00 NSF fee will be assessed to any checks returned for non-sufficient funds. ) 

    Pay in Person

    You may appear on your scheduled court date and pay the civil penalty. The clerk will take your payment and issue a receipt.

    Automatic Payment Set-up

    If you wish to authorize Ajo Justice Court to deduct recurring automated payments, please, download, fill out and mail the following forms to the Court:

    Automatic Payment Setup Authorization
    Credit card authorization form 2015

    This agreement for automatic payments will be implemented once it is received and processed by the Court; therefore, you must call the Court at (520) 387-7684 to verify your documents were received.

    Make a Payment

    If you are on a payment plan you may make online single payments. If you do not have your case or citation/complaint number you can find it on the Public Access to Court information at http://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/ or call the court at 520-387-7684.

    Click on the link below to make a payment:
    http://nba.rpropayments.com/Login/CheckOutFormLogin/rGkMiBtXA6VYpefBOHeu5TxSacQ-

    FAILURE TO APPEAR OR PAY WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES

    If you are required to pay fines, penalties, fees or other financial obligations as a result of a judgement of this court and you are unable to pay, bring this information to the attention of court staff or the Judge because payments over time or other alternatives may be available. Do not ignore your responsibility to pay, as this may result in additional penalties and costs to you. For more information, contact the court at 520-387-7684 or an attorney.

    Failure to appear will result in an admission of responsibility and judgment will be entered for the State. The court will report the failure to appear to MVD and direct that your license be suspended and remain suspended until the civil penalty is paid in full. In addition, other fees will be imposed to the total due.
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    Justice Court Ajo

    111 La Mina Ave.
    Ajo, AZ 85321

    (520) 387-7684

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