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Criminal Financial Obligations
The Criminal Financial Obligations (CFO) Unit is responsible for processing payments paid on criminal cases into an automated financial system. Funds are applied to court ordered sanctions on a case and are allocated and disbursed according to the Arizona Office of the Courts Priority of Offender Payment guidelines. CFO is responsible for keeping detailed financial records, called a payment history, on all criminal cases.

Accepted Form of Payment
Payments must be made in cash, money order or a wire transfer. All other forms of payment will be rejected and returned to the sender.

The defendant's full name and complete case number must be noted on the payment to ensure it is applied to the correct account.

Where to Make Payments
Court ordered financial sanctions can be paid at the Adult Probation offices throughout the valley as specified by Adult Probation.

Cash payments may be made in person at the following locations:

Adult Payments to:
South Court Tower
175 W. Madison, 12th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Northeast Regional Center
18380 N. 40th St., Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Northwest Regional Center
14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane
Surprise, AZ 85374
Southeast Regional Facility
222 E. Javelina
Mesa, AZ 85374

Juvenile Payments to:
Justice Court Center - Durango
3131 W. Durango
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Juvenile Court Center - Southeast
1810 S. Lewis
Mesa, AZ 85210

Money Order payments may also be mailed directly to the Clerk’s Office:

Adult Payments to:
Clerk of Superior Court
Attn: CFO/CCB
P.O. Box 25339
Phoenix, AZ 85002
Juvenile Payments to:
Clerk of Superior Court
Juvenile Division
P.O. Box 19250
Phoenix, AZ 85009

If payment is made by a wire transfer, a Payment Wire Form will need to be completed and submitted to CFO Response for processing.
**Note** Funds paid by wire transfer can take up to 24-48 hours for processing.

Victim Information
The CFO Unit is also responsible for the disbursement of court ordered restitution payments. Each year thousands of dollars fail to reach the intended recipient because of inaccurate address information. It is imperative that current victim address information be on file to ensure payments are promptly forwarded to the recipient. Address change forms may be submitted via email or mailed to:

Clerk of Superior Court
Attention: CFO / CCB
201 West Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ 85003
   
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