Traffic Court/Moving Violations
The Maine Judicial Branch Violations Bureau handles traffic infractions for the entire State of Maine through a centralized process. To get information about a traffic ticket or to pay a traffic ticket with a credit card, go to the PayTixx system.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: There is a delay from the time you receive a ticket until it is entered into the PayTixx system. The clerks at the Violations Bureau must manually key in ticket information into the Paytixx system.
P.O. Box 480
Lewiston, ME 04243-0480
PayTixx: Toll Free 1-866-PAY-TIXX (729-8499)
Violations Bureau Telephone: (207) 783-5422
Fax: (207) 783-5465 TTY: 711 Maine Relay
Payment Window Hours: 9-3 PM (Mon-Fri)
Driving Directions to the Violations Bureau
Public window is located at the Lewiston District Court.
Driving Directions to Lewiston District Court
From the Maine Turnpike (North or South): Take exit 80 (formerly exit 13). At the stop sign take a left and travel over the overpass then bear right to go under the overpass. This puts you on Route #196 (Lisbon Street) towards Lewiston. Travel straight down Lisbon Street ( about 2 miles) courthouse is on left at 71 Lisbon Street. To park go to end of Lisbon Street turn right onto Main Street, at the next light turn right onto Park Street. Traveling down Park Street, about 2 blocks, you will see a large parking lot on your left.
Route 202 from Augusta: Traveling south on Route 202, as you approach the downtown area you will see Central Maine Medical Center on the right. Take a left turn onto Park Street (there will be signs for Park Street, City Hall and the Police Department). Traveling down Park Street you will see a large parking lot on your left. The Maine District Court building is at 71 Lisbon Street one block further down Main Street directly across from the parking lot.
Parking: Traveling down Park Street you will see a large parking lot on your left.
Schedule of Amounts Due
The listed amounts that appear in the schedule are the amounts that will be accepted by the Maine Judicial Branch Violations Bureau for traffic infractions if paid with an answer of “not contested” filed in a timely manner. Officers may show a person charged the Schedule of Amounts Due, showing the specific infractions and the amounts due for each infraction charged.
Note: These documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print.
Schedule of Amounts Due effective July 23, 2018.
Please direct any questions regarding the Violation Summons and Complaint or this Schedule of Amounts Due book to:
Maine Judicial Branch Violations Bureau
John T. Smith, Manager
PO Box 480 Lewiston, ME 04243-0480
711 Maine Relay (TTY for Hearing Impaired)