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You may pay by credit card online at Pay Fines or by phone at 888-604-7888 (PLC 7488). You may pay by check or money order by placing your payment in the drop box to the right of the front door or by mail to 1791 W. Avenue B, Garland, TX 75042. Or you may pay by cash, check, money order or credit card in person at the same listed address. Citations without a judgement should be paid within 12 days of receipt to avoid additional fees, and cases with a judgment should be paid immediately or as instructed by the Judge to avoid additional fees.
If you are making specific requests through one of the online options, the Clerk will instruct you when and how to pay.
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You may call the automated system at 972-205-2330.
Yes, or you can pay by telephone or by using the online payments service.
Yes. Municipal Judges can perform wedding ceremonies. You will need to contact the Judges Secretary at 972-487-7320 to schedule an appointment.
Paying a fine waives any right to an appeal.
Yes. You will need to appear at the Garland Municipal Court during regular business hours only to post the bond or pay the fine.
Yes, any requested or required documents can be sent to the email address that responds to your initial request
Garland doesn’t offer extensions, we offer Online Services for Service requests. The Court accepts Open Records Request via fax.
There are currently no virtual court hearings; all court proceedings are done in person.
Contact a Court Clerk and make them aware of this issue. The Clerk will investigate the issue and may refer you to the Garland Police Department to have the Officer correct/clarify the plate listed on the citation.
Submit a written notice to the Court regarding your situation and request your hearing be rescheduled. Written notices can be placed in the drop box or mailed to the Court at 1791 W. Avenue B, Garland, TX 75042.
Send a written notice either through the drop box or by mail to request that your Court hearing be rescheduled.