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The court accepts cash, money orders, cashier’s checks, credit/debit cards. Please call 205-755-6669 for more information.
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Yes, but if the offender plans to contest the case by pleading not guilty, they themselves must appear on their court date.
If you do not plan to contest the ticket, you may pay the full payment within 24 hours of your court date either in person, via mail or online at the GovtPortal Website.
Please pay your fine or ticket in person at the court office, by mail, or online at the GovtPortal Website.
For US Postal mail/ FedEx / UPS or other document service, send your ticket and a Cashier’s Check or Money Order to:City of Clanton Municipal Court601 1st AvenueClanton, AL 35045
Any traffic citations not paid by the court date are turned over to the judge, who issues a bench warrant and a request for suspension of the violator’s driver’s license.
File a report with the police department, then obtain a copy of the report. Take the police report to the court clerk, and you will file a deposition. If there is determined to be probable cause, a warrant or summons will be issued. A warrant cannot be issued without sufficient evidence.
Note: In order to properly credit your ticket, the fine must be received at least 24 hours prior to your court date.