Welcome to our online payments website!
NOTICE: If prior arrangements have not been made or you are not requesting deferred disposition at the time of payment. Payment in full of any fine through this system constitutes an admission of guilt and may result in the entry of a conviction against you. Any such convictions will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety or to the state from which your driver license has been issued.
If you believe the amount due on your case is incorrect, please contact the court prior to submitting your payment.
REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED
Please be aware that not all violations may be paid online, some will require your appearance in court or payment must be made in the Municipal Court Clerk's Office as additional paperwork will be required.
- A request for a Drivers' Safety Course may not be processed and paid for online. You may not pay for your citation online and then request a Drivers' Safety Course from the court.
The following violations require you to appear in court:
- If you are a juvenile age 16 or younger. You must appear in open court before the Municipal Court Judge with a parent or legal guardian.
- If you are age 17 to 20 and received a charge for alcohol or tobacco. You must appear in open court.
- If you have received a charge for Assault-FV you must appear in court before the judge.
DEFERRED DISPOSITION: A request for deferred disposition may be processed online with payment of all costs, fines and fees ($40 deferred fee).
Please Note: As you proceed with your request for Deferred Disposition, you will be asked to download required documents and email them to the court with proper identification.
Any warrant paid online will be recorded as a conviction. Warrant(s) will be cleared the following business day.
ONLINE PAYMENTS MADE AFTER 4:00 PM AND ON WEEKENDS WILL NOT POST UNTIL THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY. IF YOU HAVE AN OUTSTANDING WARRANT IT WILL REMAIN ACTIVE UNTIL THE PAYMENT IS POSTED.
If you have any questions or problems with this service, you may contact the court at 817-426-9220.