Traffic Citations or Court Fees: Pay Online
Please be aware that not all Irving Municipal Court violations may be paid online; some require a court appearance at the Municipal Court because of the type of offense or age of defendant. Additionally, paperwork may be required as part of your request. This system will only display current cases. Cases previously paid, or otherwise disposed of, will not be shown.
This system will not accept payments for violations:
- Issued to juveniles.
- Issued to minors charged with alcohol or tobacco related offenses.
- Administrative payments for Teen Court.
This system will allow you to request and make a payment for the following programs (when eligible):
NOTE - This system will also accept payments for violations that have already entered into an agreement for Deferred Disposition.
If you believe the amount due on your case is incorrect, please contact the court prior to submitting payment.
Online payments require the defendant to waive his/her right to a jury trial and enter a plea of Nolo Contendere or Guilty. Be aware that if you are not requesting Deferred Dispostion or Driving Safety Course through this online system and are only entering a plea and paying online without a formal request to the court to keep the violation(s) off your record, this will constitute a conviction which may be reported on your driving record or your criminal record.
A nonmonetary compliance option may be available to you to satisfy your court order. The Judge may grant or deny your request for a hearing, and nonmonetary compliance options are available at the Judge's discretion. If you are, or become indigent or unable to pay, you can appear in person at the Irving Municipal Court at 1:30 pm Monday-Friday. A referral to the Judge may be required for judicial review of your specific situation.
Arrested? Currently in custody? To pay for a defendant who is currently in custody, you MUST contact the jail where the individual is being detained for Irving charges. (This online payment system will NOT notify any jail or detention facility of the need to be released from custody).