To pay a traffic citation via the internet, telephone,mail-in or in person
Be advised - if you pay on-line or by telephone, a convenience fee will be charged to your account by a third party for each individual payment transaction.
Telephone - Call 1-866-339-0646, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am -5:00 pm
On-Line - Click this Payyourtix link 24 hours a day. Be sure to allow at least two weeks after receiving your citation to attempt to payment on-line. You may contact our payyourtix vendor at 1-866-339-0646 if you desire to receive a text message about your citation being available online.
If you have any questions or do not find your citation in the on-line payment system two weeks prior to your court date, please call our office at (770) 254-2699 or email email@example.com.
If you decide to pay your citation by mail please send a money or certified bank cashier's check and make it payable to Coweta County State Court. Please send a copy or the copy of the citation with your payment as a reference if you do not have your citation please put your name, date of birth, license number and if you have citation the number on the payment if you cannot send a copy of the citation with your payment. Please mail it to Coweta County State Court, P.O. Box 884, Newnan, Ga. 30264. If you come in the office to pay we accept cash, money order, certified bank cashier's check, MasterCard, Visa and Discover with a $3.00 surcharge. If we do not have your citation in this office we cannot accept cash for your payment. We must have your citation in this office in order to process a cash payment. We take payments in the office Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. if you desire a receipt please send a self-addressed stamped envelope.
***You must come to court if you are under 21 and charged with speeding violation of 24 MPH or more over the posted speed limit.***
NOTICE AND PROCEDURE TO QUALIFY AS A FIRST TIME SPEEDING OFFENDER
O.C.G.A. §40-6-1 establishes a maximum speeding for first time speeding offenders charged under O.C.G.A. § 40-6-181. To qualify under this code section the current citation must be an individuals first speeding offense in any jurisdiction in any state or province. Any prior speeding offense, even in another state, that resulted in a final disposition of:
- entry of bond forfeiture,
- a plea of guilty,
- a plea of nolo contendere, or
- finding of guilty/conviction
disqualifies the person as a first offender.
Any individual eligible for treatment as a First Time Speeding Offender under O.C.G.A. § 40-6-1, must submit a sworn affidavit to the Court showing that the pending speeding citation is their first ever speeding offense. This First Time Speeding affidavit will be necessary regardless of the manner of payment (mail, internet or personal appearance) chosen by the accused. It is a violation of the law in Georgia to submit a false affidavit in a Court of law. Any individual who has not posted a cash bond on their charge(s) and who fails to appear or dispose of their charge(s) on or before their scheduled Court date may be accessed Court cost in addition to any ordered fine payment.
**Please find the affidavit in the forms link which is on the left-hand side of this page. Please read the notice for first offender for those who desire to complete the affidavit: **First Offender Notice For Speeding. Once you have completed the first-offender affidavit you will need to mail it to Coweta County State Court Clerk's Office, P.O. Box 884, Newnan, Ga. 30264. Please note the form will allow you to type your name, citation no., and the month which you complete the form; however, the tab for signature must have an original signature on the form. Once you have completed this form and returned it to this office, you will be given a new court date. This will allow this office the opportunity to run your driving history which will determine your eligibility.
**Please note the 1st offender notice listed above reflects the amounts prior to May 6th, 2013. The updated version for all charges effective May 6th, 2013 will be posted soon. However, you can contact the Clerk of State Court for the updated amount for 1st offender payments.