Traffic Court

To pay traffic tickets and/or criminal fines ONLINE with a credit card, click here.

You may also use your Visa or Master Card credit card by calling 1-877-252-7294. Payment can be made by money order or cashier's check. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. For mailing payment, mail to:

District Court Clerk
Cullman County Courthouse, Room #303
500 2nd Avenue SW
Cullman, AL 35055

(Please include UTC # and/or case number)

For more information, click on the link traffic.alacourt.gov and choose Cullman County (25).

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYING TRAFFIC CITATIONS

Your ticket will have the date in which you will need to appear in court. All traffic tickets are scheduled for a specified Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

You MUST either come to court on the date shown on your ticket or pay the ticket BEFORE your court date.

Your case cannot be resolved by phone and no continuances will be granted by phone. You must appear on your court date unless your attendance has been excused by the Court. The staff of the Clerk’s office cannot grant continuances.

To request a continuance you must file a written motion or request stating why you desire a new court date. This request must be filed with the Clerk’s Office (located in room #303 on the 3rd floor of the Cullman Courthouse) or by mail. The written request to continue the case must be filed at least 7 days before the court date. It is your responsibility to check with the Clerk’s office at (256) 775-4660 regarding the status of the Judge’s ruling. Filing a request for a new court date does not guarantee that your request will be granted. Any request to continue a case not filed at least 7 days before the court date is deemed denied.

If you fail to appear in court on the court date or fail to pay the ticket before your court date you may be subject to the following without any prior notice to you:

  • An alias warrant being issued for your arrest
  • Your driver’s license being suspended by the Alabama Department of Safety

Please note that some traffic violations cannot be paid without a court appearance.