I Went to Court, Can I Pay My Court Costs Online?
Yes, most traffic and criminal matters may be paid online after the case is resolved by following this link: https://www3.nccourts.org/onlinepayments/menu.sp
You will be required to enter in your case number and county name. You can find all of that information on your cost sheet, which you received in court.
Remember, once you resolve your case you only have 40 days to pay before DMV will be notified of your failure to pay which results in the suspension of your license. After 40 days, the court also tacks on a $50 late fee. If you plan to pay online, make sure you pay on time!
If you have NOT yet been to court, we do NOT recommend using this tool to pay your traffic citation online. Some traffic offenses automatically result in the suspension of your license if you pay them off online prior to getting a reduction in court. Always consult with an attorney if you are unsure about the consequences of paying a fine online.
If you have received a citation or have court costs that you are interested in paying online, you can call the Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC. at 919-585-1486. The Offices are located in Cary, NC, and you can also email the attorneys at the Law Offices of Wiley Nickel by reaching out to Kristi Haddock at firstname.lastname@example.org or Wiley Nickel at email@example.com, respectively.