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Payment of Criminal Debt

Criminal debt is ordered by the Court as part of a sentence imposed on individuals and organizations. Criminal debt may include mandatory special assessments, restitution (principal and interest), fines (principal and interest), penalties and costs of prosecution. In the Middle District of Georgia, the Clerk's Office of the United States District Court in Macon, Georgia, accepts payments and maintains a record of payments for criminal debts. Criminal debt payments can be made by the following methods:

In Person
Payment can be made at the Clerk's Office in Macon, Georgia. This location accepts payments by check, money order, cashier's check, or credit card with proper identification.

Clerk's Office - By Mail
Payments by check, money order or cashier's check must include the defendant's name and case number for accurate application to the defendant's account. Payments should be mailed to the Clerk's Office. More information regarding payments to the Clerk's Office below.

Central Violations Bureau
The Central Violations Bureau (CVB) is a national center charged with processing violation notices (tickets) issued and payments received for petty offenses committed on federal property. More information regarding payments to the Central Violations Bureau.