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State courts have several ways for you to make payments. To avoid added charges or the suspension of your drivers license, be sure to keep your payments up to date.

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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.

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Payment Methods


Malheur Circuit courts accepts payments by:

  • Credit/Debit Card
    • Visa
    • Master Card
    • Discover
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money Order
 Payments can be made in any of the following ways:
Payment Plans

Payment Plans

Payment Plans
Money judgments are due in full on the date the judgment is entered. If you cannot pay your fines and/or fees in full you may qualify for a payment plan.

For information on being set up on a payment plan please contact the court.


Please note that:
Pursuant to Chief Justice Order 11-027, there is a payment assessment fee added to balances not paid in full within 30 days of judgment.
$50 if balance owing is less than $150
$125 if balance owing is between $150 and $399
$150 if balance owing is $400 or more
If you are on a payment plan and fail to make your monthly payment as agreed:
  • For traffic related crimes or violations - the court will notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of your failure to comply. Your driver’s license will be suspended and additional fees added to your case.
  • For fish and game related crimes or violations - the court will notify the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife of your failure to comply. Your hunting and fishing privileges will be suspended and you will be unable to acquire a new license.
Failure to comply with your payment plan could result in your debt being sent to a collection agency. If that occurs, a collections referral fee (28% of your outstanding debt) will be added.

The court does NOT send monthly payment reminders.