On-Line Payments for Criminal Debt
The U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas now has the capability to accept on-line payments for Special Assessment, Fine and Restitution up to a maximum of $1,000 per transaction. Payments may be made through the U.S. Treasury website, Pay.Gov, using a bank account (ACH) or plastic card (credit, debit, prepaid card).
Defendants have the option to make a single payment, or create a Pay.gov account to securely store their information for use in making future payments.
Before You Begin
You will need your unique District of Kansas Criminal Case Number, including the final three digits which identify you specifically as the Payor if there are more than one defendant in your case.
If you will be making more than one payment, please enter your name exactly the same for each payment to assist with accurate processing.
To Make a Single Payment
Follow the link below to the instructions page at pay.gov. You will be required to repeat the entire process for each payment using this method.
To make your payment follow the link to the KSD Criminal Debt Form below:
To Create a Pay.gov Account
Follow the links below for instructions and setup for a Pay.gov account. This will allow you to store your information to re-use for your next payment.
Instructions for creating a Pay.gov account:
To create your Pay.gov account, follow the link below:
Instructions on Saving and Re-using payment forms:
TIP: You can find the Kansas Criminal Debt page by searching for “KSD” from the search box at the Pay.gov Home Page.
Questions can be answered via the ONLINE HELP option of Pay.gov or through the Clerk’s Office Financial Services Department by calling (913) 735-2200. Please note that District of Kansas does not operate Pay.gov, so operational questions may be referred to Pay.gov ONLINE HELP.