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Maysville, missouri

Restitution payments must be made to the DeKalb County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in one of the following ways: cashier’s check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or a firm check from the defendant’s attorney of record. We can NOT accept cash or personal checks.

If the defendant has a payment plan, it is the defendant’s responsibility to keep track of the remaining balances. Final payments need to be made in the exact amount due. If there is a question regarding the balance, please contact our office.


Payments by debit or credit card have a minimum additional charge of $2.00 and payments greater than $50.00 will be charged 4%.

Payments by phone have an additional charge of $3.50.

  • To pay by cashier’s check, money order, or firm check:  Payments will be required to be made in the exact amount due and made payable to the appropriate victim(s). Administrative handling fees will be a separate payment made payable to the “DeKalb County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.” These may be mailed in or brought in to our office.

  • To pay by phone with a debit/credit card:  Prior to calling in, please gather the following payment information: credit/debit card, defendant name, case number, and the total payment amount. (877) 222-4668

    • If money is owed to multiple victims, please total those amounts and enter the total payment amount. Entering each victim amount separately will result in multiple processing charges.

  • To pay online with a debit/credit card:  Go to www.missouripayments.com. Select “DeKalb Cnty MO Prosecuting Atty” on the drop down menu. Gather the following payment information: credit/debit card, defendant name, case number, and the total payment amount.

    • If money is owed to multiple victims, please total those amounts and enter the total payment amount. Entering each victim amount separately will result in multiple processing charges.

  • To pay with a debit/credit card:  Debit/Credit card payments can also be made in our office during business hours. Please note that the fees do still apply.


Notice regarding Bad Checks: If criminal charges have been filed with the court, then you are paying restitution. If criminal charges have not been filed with the court, but you have received a notice of bad check from our office then you are paying bad check restitution
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