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current Warrant List for this Court
There are two types of warrants that may
be issued by The Court:
Alias Warrants are issued for individuals
who fail to appear/violate a promise to appear to answer
to C misdemeanor charges.
Capias Pro-Fine are issued when an
individual has been assessed a fine but has failed to
comply with the court’s orders.
In most cases, when a warrant for arrest
is necessary, a notice may be sent to you at the address
shown on your ticket. This notice outlines the violations
charged against you and fines associated with them.
A warrant can be issued for your arrest
Do not to respond to your ticket within
Do not appear for your court date
Do not pay a fine assessed by a judge
Do not complete the Driving Safety Course
requirements and do not appear to show cause
Do not comply with the terms of your
probation and the probation is revoked
Default on payment arrangements
Fail to comply with a community service
If it is necessary to issue an arrest
warrant, a $50 warrant fee will be added to your fine.
Municipal Court also offers online access
to a list of outstanding warrants. The
Warrant List is updated once a month. This is a list of
active warrants from unpaid violations in the Lufkin
Municipal Court. This list only includes recent warrants
issued. If you believe you have an unpaid Lufkin Municipal
Court fine, you may contact the court at (936) -633- 0315for
more information. Additionally, your driver license may be
flagged for non-renewal or your balance due may be turned
over to a debt collection agency as a result of failure to
pay your fine.
AWARE THAT PERSONAL CHECKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN PAYMENT OF
ACTIVE WARRANTS. VISA, MASTERCARD, CASH OR MONEY ORDERS ARE
THE ONLY METHODS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED TO CLEAR THE WARRANT.
of Your Warrant
How to Dispose of your warrant.
contest” or “guilty” to the
warrant charge and pay your fine in full at the Lufkin
If you want to
plead “not guilty” to the warrant charge you must
come to the Court to post the required bond so that your
case can be given a trial date. There are three (3)
types of bonds:
Surety bonds are accepted from
approved bail bond agencies or attorneys.
The Judge must approve personal
Appear in person
at Municipal Court
NOTE: YOU WILL NOT BE ARRESTED IF YOU COME TO
THE COURT TO CLEAR A WARRANT