NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
SUPERIOR COURT OFFERS ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OPTION FOR TRAFFIC CASES (September 19, 2012)
A non-mandatory appearance violation may be paid without a court appearance. San Joaquin County Superior Court will continue to accept payments in person at our Clerk’s Office, by mail and telephone, and on-line.
The Clerk’s Office located at 222 E. Weber Avenue, Room 100 accepts payments by cash, check, money order or cashier's check, and credit card. Make sure to include your the citation number on your check, money order, or cashier's check.
Checks and money orders can be sent through the mail, addressed to Superior Court, P.O. Box 201022, Room 100, Stockton, CA 95201-9022. DO NOT send cash through the mail.
Individuals can call (877) 872-0476 to pay their traffic fines with a credit card.
Traffic fines may also be paid online with a credit card, debit card, checking or savings account. To pay a fine, request an extension to appear for a traffic citation, sign up for traffic school or request an extension for traffic school, please click here.
Individuals can now pay through CheckFreePay. CheckFreePay allows individuals to pay their traffic fines at many retail locations located throughout San Joaquin County. Locations include supermarkets, drugstores, convenience stores and many retail stores.
CheckFreePay accepts cash, and debit card payments at certain locations.
Individuals should bring cash and their courtesy notice showing the citation or case number.
Cost for service is $0.88 - $2.50 depending on location.
It takes 1-3 business days, excluding holidays and weekends, for payment delivery to San Joaquin Superior Court.
Individuals should check with a specific retail location for additional information.
To find a retail location and pay in person, please visit www.checkfreepay.com/agentlocator. CheckFreePay also allows individuals to utilize online bill pay through their personal checking account at their financial institution or sign up for the service by visiting: www.mycheckfree.com