- Superior Court
- Clerk of the Superior Court
- Superior Court Fees
Court ordered fines/fees
The Clerk of the Superior Court accepts payments by telephone, by mail, at the drop-box outside the Court building and/or in-person.
For In-Person Payments, cash, money orders, cashier’s check, business checks and credit/debit cards with proper identification are accepted.
Mailed payments must be in the form of a money order, business check or cashier's check. All other forms of payment will be rejected and returned to sender. The party’s full name and case number must be noted on the money order or check to ensure payment is properly applied.
- Please remit payments to:
Clerk of the Court
2160 N. Congress Dr., Ste. 2200
Nogales, AZ. 85621
Payments deposited in the Drop-box located outside the Court building must be in the form of a money order, business check or cashier's check. All other forms of payment will be rejected and returned to sender. The party’s full name and case number must be noted on the money order or check to ensure payment is properly applied. Payments are to be deposited in the Drop-box during Court business hours and parties must contact the Clerk’s Office by phone at (520) 375-7700 to inform Court staff that a payment was deposited.
To make payments by phone with a credit-debit card, parties must call the Clerk of the Superior Court at (520) 375-7700.
You have the ability to make payments on-line by going to www.azcourtpay.com.
You have the ability to make off site cash payments at businesses such as Family Dollar, CVS Pharmacies and others (go to www.azcourtpay.com for more information).
It is important to note that there will be a $25.00 charge for dishonored business checks, plus any actual charges assessed by the financial institution of the holder, payee or assignee (pursuant to A.R.S §44-6852).
There will be a $30.00 charge for every stop payment on a check if this office is charged by the bank.
If your check is dishonored by the bank, any subsequent payments shall be made by cash, money order or cashier’s check only.
Bond payments must be made in cash, money order or cashier’s check only.
There is a convenience fee of 2.5% or $1.50 associated with credit/debit card payments.
For more information regarding credit/debit card fees, please call Point and Pay at 888-891-6064 Option 1
A Receipt will be issued for every payment made. Please make sure you keep your receipt as proof of payment.
The court may offer you an installment payment option if you are financially unable to pay your court ordered financial obligations at the time they are imposed. Please communicate your preferences to the court.
The court may seek to determine your ability to pay court imposed assessments at various stages of the legal process (for example, at the time they are imposed, if an order to show cause for non-payment is issued, and at any other time deemed appropriate by the court).
At the discretion of the judge, if it is determined you are unable to pay the full obligation amount normally imposed, the court may mitigate your financial penalties by providing: a) credit for time served in a detention facility; b) credit for the performance of community restitution; or c) reduction or waiver of the presumptive fine amount or other non-mandatory fees and assessments for a financial hardship as permitted by law.