Justice Court- New River Township

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Notification of Justice Court Services During COVID-19 (as of March 23, 2020)

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Fallon Justice Court is restricting in-person business with the Court until further notice. Justice Court doors are closed to the general public as of March 24 but we are still working to process your requests by phone, email and regular mail.

Payments

The Justice Court is not accepting any payments in person. You may make payments online, by phone at (775)423-2845 or by mailing it to:  Fallon Justice Court, 71 N. Maine St., Fallon, NV 89406.

Evictions

Landlords wanting to file an eviction should email it to: justicecourt@churchillcounty.org or fax it to: (775)423-0472. 

Restraining Orders

If you need a restraining order, you may do so online, then email it or fax it to (775)423-0472. 

Forms

All Justice Court forms are available online via links on this navigation bar on this page. No vehicle title requests will be received at this time.

No computer? If you don’t have access to a computer for any of the forms, please contact the Justice Court at (775)423-2845 for further assistance. 

Any other requests not related to the above may be made by emailing the court at justicecourt@churchillcounty.org


To pay your fine/fee or traffic citation, please go to the Nevada Court System Online Payment System.

  • Once you get to the payment screen, scroll to the bottom of the page and enter the challenge code, then select agree.
  • Search your case by name, case number, date of birth or citation number
  • Look for the credit card symbol (left side) and select it to make your payment.

If you have a warrant, you will want to contact the court first to see if it is payable online (775) 423-2845.

The Fallon Justice Court has partnered with a third party service provider, PayPal, to offer payments of certain fines/fees over the internet for the convenience of our citizens. Please be advised PayPal does charges a fee for processing of payments.

***UPDATE*** Effective October 1st: The court will now be taking over all restitution accounts. Restitution payments must be paid directly to the court. Payments are accepted either in person, over the phone, or via mail. RESTITUTION PAYMENTS ARE NOT PAYABLE ONLINE.