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Frequently Asked Questions
The fine amount due is refreshed weekly and usually on Tuesdays. If the online fine payment is posted at the court by Friday then the refreshed fine balance will appear on Tuesday after 7:00 AM. Payments posted after 7:00 AM on Monday will not be reflected until the following Monday.
A search can be done using the defendant's name AND date of birth or by using the court docket number.
Your docket number can be found on any court form concerning your case. An example of a docket number and an interpretation is as follows:
Cash, check, money order and credit cards are accepted in person at the court.
Credit cards are accepted by phone at 1-866-729-8499
We accept Visa, Master Card, and Discover.
If your fine is not paid pursuant to the Order on Payment of Fines the court may issue:
You need to write a letter to the court where the fine is due. Please identify yourself by name, date of birth, and docket number then explain your circumstances and ask for a new payment arrangement.
Contact your local Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Information regarding the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can be found at http://www.maine.gov/sos/bmv
Payments will be posted within two court business days.
This website will show your fines due to the Maine District, Unified, and Superior Courts. This website will not show your counsel fees, mediation fees or any other court assessment which you may owe.
Payments can be made in person, by mail, or by calling 1-866-729-8499.
Fine payments using either the website or the 866 number will be applied to the oldest fine first.
Yes, there is a $6.00 convenience fee for each docket paid.
You will receive a confirmation of payment via email sent to the email address you have provided. You should print or record the confirmation number as this will serve as your proof of payment. The court will not mail you a receipt.
Yes, as long as you have their legal name and date of birth or their docket number.
Questions about your fines? Contact the court directly.
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