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Question
I owe a special assessment, fine, restitution or other criminal debt to the United States Government. How do I find out what my criminal debt balance is?
Solution
If you are serving time in a jail, penitentiary or a halfway house, ask your counselor to submit a case payment history request to the Financial Department of the U.S. District Clerk's Office in the city where the criminal judgment was entered.

If you are on probation, ask your probation officer to submit a case payment history request to the Financial Department of the U.S. District Clerk's Office in the city where the criminal judgment was entered.