Once a fine is assessed it is due immediately.

You may request an extension to pay the fine by submitting a written request.

There is information at the bottom of this page about extensions.

Accounts are placed in collections with McCreary, Veselka, Bragg & Allen, P.C. after 60 days of non payment.



HOW AND WHERE TO PAY A FINE AND WHAT INFORMATION YOU MAY NEED.



 
 
     1 .  If your fine has not been sent to collections it is possible to pay you fine in person at the Court window. The entire fine may be paid in person Monday-Friday 8am- 5pm  (closed 12-1 for lunch) using a credit card or debit card, cashiers check, or money order.

If you are paying by credit card or debit card  a 4% convenience fee will be added.

You may pay with cashiers check or money order to the court to avoid the 4% convience fee.




  2. If a fine has not been paid by the due date and has not been forwarded to a debt collecter you may pay your fine by credit card or debit card.

All credit card and debit card payments are processed by by Certified Payments.

Please not that a 4% convience fee will be added to your payment.

You may  mail a cashiers check or money order to the court to avoid the 4% convience fee.


If your citation is  NOT in collections and you want to pay with a credit or debit card you will need the following information.

(NOTE)
THE INFORMATION BELOW IS FOR FINES DUE THAT ARE
NOT IN COLLECTIONS WITH MVBA.

IF YOUR ACCOUNT IS PAST DUE AND HAS BEEN PLACED IN COLLECTIONS YOU
MUST CONTACT MVBA TO ARRANGE PAYMENT.

 DO NOT USE THIS INFORMATION TO MAKE A PAYMENT TO MVBA.



IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THE STATUS OF YOUR ACCOUNT CONTACT

JP PCT. 2 AT 979-542-3030

MON-FRI 8-5. CLOSED FOR LUNCH FROM 12-1



ALL credit and debit cards are processed by CERTIFIED PAYMENTS. 


Please not that a 4% convience fee will be added to your payment.

You can call and pay over the phone or visit their website


                                                      www.certifiedpayments.net

 
                                          you will need the following information:

Bureau code - This is a code used to identify this court
 
Docket Number - The court will assign your citation a Docket Number/Case Number


Amount due - This is the total amount you owe for your citation

NOTE


RECENTLY THERE HAS BEEN A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE THAT DO NOT HAVE CITATIONS IN THIS  COURT MAKING PAYMENTS TO CERTIFIED PAYMENTS USING THIS COURTS BUREAU CODE.

THE BUREAU CODE IDENTIFIES THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PCT 2. LEE COUNTY, TEXAS. 
IT IS SPECIFIC TO THIS COURT.

RECEIVING PAYMENTS FOR CITATIONS FROM OTHER COURTS HAS CAUSED ADDED WORK FOR THE COURT AND DECREASED EFFICIENCY.


IT HAS NOW MANDATORY TO CONTACT THE COURT FOR THE BUREAU CODE.

                                                





3.  If your account has been placed in collections for nonpayment.

This means your fine is past due at least 60 days and your account has been placed  with a  private debt collector who will attempt to collect the debt.
30% will be added to the amount due.
 
An Omni hold may have also been placed on your drivers license.

 An Omni hold will prevent you from renewing your drivers license.  A $30 admisitrative fee has been added by the DPS.

Once the citation is paid along with all the fees the hold on your license will be lifted and you will be able to renew your drivers license.
 
After a citation is forwarded to the collection department all payments must be made through collections .

If you recieved a letter from McCreary, Veselka, Bragg & Allen,P.C. (MVBA) stating you have an outstanding balance  you MUST contact the collection agency to arrange payment.


 
The collection agency this court uses is,
McCreary, Veselka, Bragg & Allen, P.C.
Attorneys at law
 
1-866-955-5455
 
www.paymvba.com

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To request an extension to pay your fine
 
You may request an extension to pay your fine. This request must be submitted in writing and can be mailed, emailed, faxed, or delivered in person.
 
If granted,  you will have 31 days to pay your fine.  If you need addtional time you may request a second 31 day extension. 

If you are granted a second extension or your fine is not paid in 31 days a one time $25 late payment fee will be added to your amount due.
 
 
You must complete the entire form. DO NOT FORGET to check your Plea.
 
All information on the form is necessary to complete your request.
 
Incomplete forms will not be accepted and will be returned.
 
The request for an extension to pay your fine is located here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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