If you fail to meet any or all the obligations set forth by the court, the Judge will issue a warrant for your arrest which could result in your arrest by any peace officer. Your driver's license is also subject to a denial of renewal*. If a warrant for your arrest has been issued, you should come to the court immediately. If you are convicted and the court determines that you are unable to pay the fine and costs, there are alternatives to the full payment of any fine or costs owed, which may include community service and installment payments.
View the Active Warrant Listing (PDF).
If you come to the court to resolve your case, you will not be arrested at the court for any charges filed in this court.
*Under the Failure To Appear / Failure To Pay Program, Texas may deny the renewal of a Texas Driver's License if you have failed to appear for a citation or failed to satisfy a judgment ordering the payment of a fine. Your Texas Driver's License may be denied renewal until the reported citations or violations are cleared and reported to be so by the courts. You are encouraged to visit the Texas Failure To Appear website and check to make sure you don't have any reported outstanding cases that could prevent your Texas Driver's License from being renewed.
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