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Payments must be paid in person at the Court Clerk’s office at:211 N Elm Street Jenks, OK 74037
You can also pay by mail to the Jenks Municipal Court at:P.O. Box 2007Jenks, OK 74037
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Tickets and citations issued by the Jenks Police Department can be paid by mail to:P.O. Box 2007Jenks, OK 74037
You can also pay in person at Municipal Court window, located at:211 N Elm Street (City Hall building located on the first floor)Jenks, OK 74037
Send a check or money order payable to the Jenks Municipal Court along with your original citation. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like a copy of your receipt returned to you.
Yes as long as they have a copy of the citation; they will need a copy of your pay slip if you have been to court and made arrangements for payment.
The price should be on the back of the citation that was given to you. If it is not, you can call the Court Clerk’s office at 918-556-7409 to find out the amount owed.
You can call the Court Clerk’s office 918-556-7409, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday Through Friday, and plead ‘Not Guilty’ over the phone to get a trial date, or you can appear on your scheduled court date at 5:30 p.m. and plead ‘Not Guilty’ before the Judge in order to obtain a trial date.
You must come to the Court Clerk’s office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and plead ‘Not Guilty’ to get a trial date.
Bring your Proof of Transfer of Title to the Court Clerk’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to have this ticket considered for dismissal.
You bring your fixed vehicle and the original ticket to the Jenks Police Department prior to your court date and have an officer inspect the fixed vehicle; they will note on the ticket that the defect was corrected and the ticket will be dismissed.
All fines and restitution are due on your court date, also known as your arraignment or review date unless other arrangements are made with the Court Clerk prior to your court date.
Fines can be paid with cash, Visa/MasterCard, money orders or checks. Bench warrants can be paid with cash, money order, or Visa/MasterCard.
No. Payment indicates a ‘Guilty’ or ‘No Contest’ plea and forfeiture of the fine monies. In the event you have been involved in an auto accident, a plea of No Contest is automatically assigned when you pay your fine, as opposed to a Guilty Plea, and can not be used against you in a civil trial for damages. Appearing on your court date gives you a chance to ask for a reduction in fines or to plead ‘Not Guilty’.
If you have a traffic charge and do not pay, a warrant will be issued for your arrest and your driver's license will be suspended until your fine has been paid.
You must make arrangements with the Court Clerk’s Office before your court date or at your court date before the Judge.
Call the Tulsa County District Court at 918-596-5500.
No. Due to the large volume of traffic tickets, Jenks Municipal Court employees do not make individual calls for this purpose. You will need to take your individual receipt(s) to DPS.