Find information on paying court fines – including what types of fine you can pay online – on the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service website.
Contact your local Fines Enforcement Officer if you need advice about paying a fine.
It's important you make paying your court fines a priority, as not paying a fine can have serious consequences.
What happens if you do not pay a court fine
If you do not pay a fine, the collection and enforcement section of the Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service can:
- clamp your car or other vehicle and sell it to repay your fine
- contact your employer and take money from your wages
- freeze money in your bank account
- arrange with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to take money from your benefits
Find more information on what could happen if you do not pay a court fine on the following websites:
What to do if you cannot pay a court fine
If you're not able to pay a court fine you should contact your local Fines Enforcement Officer.
Your Fines Enforcement Officer can change the rate at which you're expected to repay your court fine. They'll make this change based on your income and expenses.
Find out how to contact your Fines Enforcement Officer on the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service website.