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Traffic violations are offenses that are punishable by a fine, but that are not punishable by a term of imprisonment. Violations include Traffic, Boating, Fish & Wildlife, State Parks, Animal Control, City and County Ordinances and are handled through the Violations Bureau.
OJD Courts ePay allows you to pay online for many types of court cases, including most traffic citations and many criminal & civil cases. You may find your amount due by searching by citation, case, or account numbers.
The majority of courts continue to take credit card information by phone as an acceptable form of payment. You may also make a payment in person at the circuit court in your county using cash, check, or credit card.
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State circuit courts accept checks by mail. When you are ready to make a payment, please include the following information:
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Traffic Violation are offenses that are punishable by a fine, but that are not punishable full by a term of imprisonment. Violations include Traffic, Boating, Fish & Wildlife, State Parks, Animal Control, City and County Ordinances.
It is important to read your traffic summons, front and back as it contains important information such as:
For the current minimum, maximum and presumptive fines associated with violations, please visit our State Court Filing and Other Fees page for the most recent “Schedule of Fines on Violations.”
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An appeal from a judgment of this court must be filed with the Oregon Court of Appeals in Salem. An appeal must be filed within 30 days of the date the judgment was entered into the trial court record.
Attn: Records Section
Appellate Court Administrator
Supreme Court Building1163 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97310
To download traffic violation appeal forms go to the
Court of Appeals forms.
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