YOU WAIVE YOUR RIGHT TO DISCOVERY WHEN YOU PAY THE FINE.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION WHEN PAYING FOR ACTIVE ARREST WARRANTS:
You may pay an active arrest warrant using this on-line payment system but you remain subject to arrest until the court has accepted your payment as a plea of no contest and processed the case for final disposition. This may take up to three (3) business days. To ensure the deactivation of an arrest warrant IMMEDIATELY, you must appear at the municipal court to pay your warrant.
IF YOU OR A FAMILY MEMBER ARE CURRENTLY UNDER ARREST, DO NOT USE THIS PAYMENT SYSTEM.
Payment Information for Other Cases
Fines may be paid over the Internet, 24 hours a day, using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit/debit card and knowing the CVV access code printed on the back of the card. To use this service you will need your citation number, last name and date of birth.
Payments in Full
Persons wishing to pay for their citation in full prior to the court appearance date noted on the citation may use this system without prior court approval. For a list of charges and fine totals please review the “Schedule of Court Fines” located in the quick links on this page. For charges that require a court appearance you must contact the court no later than the date listed on the citaiton either in person or by mail to schedule your appearance.
Court Ordered Payment Plans
This system will accept payments for court ordered payment plans. All required paperwork must be filed with and approved by the court prior to using this payment system.
Contact the court for further information at 830-221-4180.
A single violation can be paid on a citation with multiple violations using a credit card, but paying one violation does not excuse your appearance requirements for any remaining violations. A payment via Internet will be processed as a plea of no contest and will result in the court finding you guilty of the offense as charged on your citation and a final conviction in your case. If applicable, such convictions will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety or to the state from which your driver’s license has been issued for inclusion on your driving record.