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Ways to pay your ticket
If your court date has not passed, and your court date is more than 48 hours away, you can now pay your fine online for the following agencies ; East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s, Louisiana State Police, and LSU Police.
By paying online:
If you have any questions about your legal rights and remedies, you should consult a licensed attorney. If you change your mind about paying online, you can simply click "Cancel" at any time before clicking on "Make Payment." Note that if you "Cancel" this process, your case will not be disposed, and you must appear in court on the date shown on your citation, unless you otherwise dispose of the case before that date.
Once you select "Make Payment" later in this process, you will have pled guilty/responsible and have paid any applicable fine and court costs, your case will be disposed, a judgment of guilt/responsibility will have been entered, and the case will be removed from the calendar for the court date shown on your citation. You may not change your plea or otherwise undo the disposition of your case without an order of a judge. The clerk of court's office cannot assist you with this. If you wish to re-
Pay Through the Mail
Pay through the mail by money order only. Make the money order payable to EBRSO and mail it to P.O. Box 3202, Baton Rouge, LA 70821.
Pay In Person
We accept cash, money order, debit/credit cards, except American Express and Discover. Personal checks are not accepted for payments.
If Your Court Date Has Passed -
If your court date has passed and you are requesting an extension of time, you must come into the office to place that request.
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Mandatory court appearances are required for the following cases: