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Due to COVID-19, members of the public have limited access to our court facilities and are not allowed to enter unless they have been notified by the Court that they have a hearing, or an appointment scheduled. We encourage you to conduct business online. Please go to the link here to establish a payment plan or make full payment to release any DMV hold unless you have a future court hearing date.

The Court understands that the COVID-19 pandemic may have impacted the ability of members of the public to pay court ordered obligations. We currently have several temporary Payment Relief Programs available. The Collection Call Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., excluding Holidays at (657) 622-8459. Please reference your OC Pay Number. If you do not have your OC Pay Number, please visit our home page here and select “Get OC Pay Number” from the Home tab dropdown.

Additionally, for those wishing to schedule an in-person appointment, Collections has now implemented its Counter Service Self-Scheduling Application for appointments at several local Orange County Justice Centers. The web application can be found here . This phased approach will enable the Court to slowly increase the caseload and visitor level at each courthouse, while at the same time ensuring health protocols are being followed.

Failure to Appear

Failure to resolve your traffic ticket by the due date may result in a $300.00 civil assessment fee being imposed pursuant to Penal Code §1214.1, in addition to the original bail. The court may also take steps to suspend your driver’s license and/or submit your case to an outside collection vendor or issue a warrant for your arrest.

Failure to Pay

Failure to pay your court ordered fine by the due date may result in a $300.00 civil assessment fee being imposed pursuant to Penal Code §1214.1, in addition to the original bail. The court may also submit your case to an outside collection vendor.


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