ONLINE PAYMENTS

All online payments will have a processing fee. The fee is retained by the processing company, not the Court.

Citations and Criminal Cases

Please note that as of January 1, 2023, Courts in the State of Nevada will send notice of appearance for civil infractions ONLY. For all misdemeanor citations, your Court date is stated on the citation.  Please allow two (2) weeks from the time you receive your citation to post your payment online. If your ticket is past its Court date and you fail to appear or pay, you are responsible for any additional fees. 

If you are paying for a citation in full and have not previously entered a plea, a disposition of guilty will be recorded and the case will be closed.

The Court accepts payments by mail using personal checks, money orders, and cashier’s check made payable to Incline Justice Court. Please include your case or citation number on the payment. No third-party checks are accepted. If you wish to have a receipt mailed to you, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. Any return checks will result in additional fees plus a warrant may be issued.

If you are making payments for either citations or criminal cases and a warrant for your arrest has been issued for a failure to appear, failure to pay fine, failure to complete sentencing requirements, or for any other reason, your payment will be rejected during the Court’s normal operating hours. You must contact the Court staff to resolve any outstanding warrants.

Further, if you make a payment online to Incline Justice for a matter filed in another court's jurisdiction, you are responsible for any pending actions arising from the court of jurisdiction for failure to pay timely. It is not the responsibility of Incline Justice Court to process payments for other agencies. Your payment will be rejected with no notice to you. PLEASE INSPECT YOUR CITATION CAREFULLY TO ENSURE YOU ARE PAYING THE CORRECT COURT.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT PAYING ONLINE FOR CASES THAT HAVE ALREADY GONE TO WARRANT WILL NOT PREVENT YOU FROM BEING ARRESTED.

Civil Traffic Infraction Payments

If you have received a Civil Infraction, online payments will only be accepted for the full amount specified. Please allow up to two (2) weeks from the violation date for the Court to receive the infraction. If you are paying for an infraction in full and have not previously entered a plea, a disposition of guilty will be recorded and the case will be closed.

Payments made online through the court will have a convenience fee applied to all Criminal and Civil Infraction online transactions.  The convenience fee is retained by the processing company.  If you are unable to complete an online transaction, please contact the Court for further information.

Collections

Defaulted payments will be referred to collections. A collection fee will be added to your case in addition to any late fees. The Court will accept full payment for your collection’s case. You can contact the collection agency to submit full payment or make partial payments. Valley collections will accept payments by mail, phone, or online.

              Valley Collection Service, LLC

              P.O. Box 10130

              Glendale, AZ 85318

              Phone: 623-931-4325

              www.valleycollection.com

Other Civil Matters

The Court can accept online payments for filing and request fees for Evictions, Small Claims, Formal Civil Court matters and Record Requests.  Please click on the “Civil Payments” link below.

Criminal Matters – Cash Bail, Fines, Fees

The Court can accept online payments for the posting of bail (under “Post Cash Bail”) and the payment of fines and fees imposed at sentencing (under “Criminal Payments”).

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If you wish to make any payment to the Court using a Credit/Debit Card, click on the appropriate link, below.

It is recommended that you print and/or save a copy of the receipt for your records.

IF YOU HAVE ISSUES WITH THE PAYMENT PORTAL, PLEASE TRY USING GOOGLE CHROME AS YOUR BROWSER.

  • Citations (Both Criminal and Civil Infractions to pay fines and fees and close out the case.  If contesting a civil infraction, payment must be sent via check, money order or cashier’s check to the Court)
  • Criminal Payments (For fines and fees imposed at sentencing)
  • Civil Payments (For Filing and Request fees for Evictions, Small Claims, Civil Court matters and Record Requests)
  • Post Cash Bail (For Criminal matters only.  DO NOT USE FOR CIVIL INFRACTIONS)

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AS TO HOW TO MAKE YOUR PAYMENT, PLEASE CONTACT THE COURT FIRST.  SOME FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS CANNOT BE UNDONE