Tulsa County Court Clerk Don Newberry

Criminal and Traffic

Department Head: Jason Adams

  • Posting of bonds may be done 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the David L. Moss Correctional Center, 300 North Denver, Tulsa, OK.
  • Cash only is accepted for cash bonds.
  • For bond and jail information, please call (918) 596-8892.

The Criminal and Traffic division receives filed cases relating to Criminal Felony, Misdemeanor and Wildlife offenses for more than twenty-five (25) law enforcement agencies throughout Tulsa County. They also maintain:

  • Criminal Writs of Habeas Corpus,
  • Appeals from municipal rulings in criminal and traffic cases,
  • Search Warrants,
  • Criminal Property Recovery,
  • Traffic tickets issued by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol inside the limits of Tulsa County,
  • All tickets issued by the Tulsa County Sherriff.

Traffic Ticket Personal Appearance

If your ticket does not have a predetermined fine stated on the ticket you may call us or come to the Criminal & Traffic Department, where we can tell you the amount of your fine and what steps to take next. If you wish to protest the ticket you must make a personal appearance to an Assistant District Attorney in Room 178 in the Tulsa County Courthouse between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon on the date stated on your ticket.

Traffic Ticket with Fine Amount Stated

If your ticket had an amount stated on it you may pay in person at the Court Clerk’s Office or mail your payment to:

Tulsa County Court Clerk
Criminal & Traffic Department
500 S. Denver Ave
Room 200
Tulsa, OK 74103

Payment Options in Person: Cash, Personal or Cashier's Check, Money Order and Credit Card

Payment Options by Mail: Personal or Cashier's Check

Make Checks Payable to: Don Newberry Court Clerk

Payment Option Online: E-Payment: must have your ticket number.

  • Go to oscn.net
  • Click on the E-Payment link in the upper right hand corner
  • Follow the instructions.

Municipal Traffic Ticket

NOTE: Traffic tickets issued by the Tulsa Municipal Police Department cannot be paid in the courthouse but must be processed next door in the Tulsa Police Headquarters building.