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Criminal Payments

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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, cashier's check or wire transfer. Credit card payments are accepted at limited locations listed below and subject to a $500 maximum transaction amount. 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
Time Payment Plan
Victim Information