I have a court date set. Can I come in and pay my ticket before the court date?

Juvenile cases, and any "Family Violence" offense must appear at the initial hearing before any payment could be made. For any other offense, you can come in and pay, or you can pay by telephone or by using the online payments service.

Show All Answers

1. Where can I get information on an arrest warrant?
2. I filed a Motion and it has been denied by the judge. Can I speak to the judge regarding this matter?
3. I have a court date set. Can I come in and pay my ticket before the court date?
4. I am planning on getting married. Can one of the Municipal Judges perform the services?
5. If I paid my fine and now I want to change the judgment; what should I do?
6. If a family member or friend is held in jail in some other city, on a Class C Garland ticket, can I post a bond or pay the Capias fine at the Municipal Court in Garland?
7. Can I send documents back to that same online email address?
8. When, Where, and How do I pay my Citation?
9. Can I send a fax to request a Court Date or an Extension?
10. Can I get a virtual Court date?
11. My License Plate is attached to a warrant that's not mine, what steps do I take to correct this?
12. I have symptoms of the Corona Virus but I have not been tested, I have a Court date. Should I come in?
13. I just found out a friend tested positive for the Corona Virus. I don't have symptoms but I have spent time with them, Should I still come to Court?