Clerk of Courts

York County Justice Center

Fines and Fees

Costs and Fines Unit - (717) 771-9363

Please see below our court ordered fee schedule. If you are a defendant and have questions or concerns regarding your payment plan or you are a victim of crime with questions or concerns regarding restitution, please contact the below listed numbers:

1) For defendants with last names beginning with the letters A-L, please call 717-771-9707 or email CostsandFines@yorkcountypa.gov

2) For defendants with last names beginning with the letters M-Z, please call 717-771-9749 or email CostsandFines@yorkcountypa.gov

Victims of crime should reference your inquiries based on the defendants’ last name(s) as well.

2011-2014 Fee Schedule Effective
Effective October 1, 2011

CLERK FEES:

Clerk Fees Base Rate Total Due
**Non Jury Trial or Guilty Plea $ 151.50 $ 168.00
**Indirect Criminal Contempt $ 151.50 $ 168.00
**Jury Trial $ 205.00 $ 221.50
**Summary $ 42.50 $ 59.50

 

COPIES: Base Rate Total Due
Per page $ 0.55 $ 0.55
Certified Copy $ 10.50 $ 10.50
Electronic Records on CD-ROM or DVD $ 15.00 $ 15.00

 

FILING FEES: Base Rate Total Due
*Miscellaneous Papers $ 19.00 $ 24.00
*Tax Collector Bond $ 19.00 $ 24.00
*Constable Bond $ 19.00 $ 24.00
**Summary Conviction Appeal (charged each docket #) $ 50.00 $ 66.50
**Appeals to Commonwealth/Superior or Supreme Court $ 60.50 $ 77.00
*Road Cases $ 19.00 $ 24.00
*Resolution of Township Supervisors $ 19.00 $ 24.00
Expungement Petition $ 57.50 $ 74.00

 

FORMS: Base Rate Total Due
*Record Check $ 6.00 $ 11.00
Bail Piece (Charged on each case issued) $ 12.50 $ 12.50

 

MISCELLANEOUS: Base Rate Total Due
Postage (Charged per case) $ 11.50 $ 11.50
Automation Fee $ 5.00 $ 5.00

* Add $5.00 for Equipment Automation Fund

** Add $16.50 for Equipment Automation Fund & Postage

NOTE: $5 automation fee set by Act 36 of 2000

Download this Fee Schedule

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