Payments to the Court

Notice regarding all forms of payment

Payments must be made in U.S. Funds. Please do not send cash through the mail. Payments must be received no later than five (5) working days prior to the next appearance date. Otherwise the payment may not be posted to the case when the case is heard in court. This may result in the court issuing a Bench Warrant for non-completion of requirements.

Send Payment by Mail

Send the payment for the criminal case through the USPS mail using a money order or cashier's check. Be sure to write the case number on the money order or cashier's check.

Payments must be made to the Las Vegas Justice Court. The mailing address is:
Las Vegas Justice Court
Criminal Division, Customer Service
200 Lewis Avenue
P.O. Box 552511
Las Vegas, NV  89155-2511

To receive a receipt showing that the payment was processed, you must include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Make Your Payment In-Person

Payments are accepted at the Customer Service Division on the 1st Floor of the Regional Justice Center, during regular business hours by cash, VISA©, MASTERCARD® or DISCOVER® debit or credit card, money order, or cashier's check. Be sure to write the case number on the money order and cashier's check.

Payment From Other Countries

For customers living outside the United States, payment must be made in U.S. Funds.  Foreign Money Orders that list U.S. bank names on the form of payment or indicate U.S. Funds/U.S. Dollar Accounts are acceptable. Please do not send payment by foreign currency, International money order, or postal order.

Insufficient Funds Payment

Insufficient funds received by the court may result  in additional fees and fines. The issuance of a business check without sufficient funds, or with the intent to defraud, is a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment or could constitute a felony.