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If you wish to plead not guilty or get further information on your options by setting a court date, you must either appear in person within 20 days at the court clerk's office or submit a written request. The court has a form for you to use under online forms, this form can be electronically sent along with a copy or picture of your photo ID.
Juveniles must appear in person before the judge and should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Juveniles do not have to take action on a citation within 20 days. Notice of their court date and time will be mailed by the clerk to the address shown on the citation. Options are available for a counseling class for dismissal of some juvenile offenses.
Walk in court is held once a month based on scheduling. This is an opportunity for defendants that have outstanding warrants or delinquent cases to speak to the prosecutor/judge to resolve their case. The court requires that you contact the court clerk at (972)218-1334 so that we can have your case information available. You will not be arrested if you voluntarily come to court to resolve your case.
Yes, but only if you wish to pay the full amount. If you have been ordered by the court to pay a reduced amount or have requested a Driver's Safety Course or a Deferral, do not pay online. Call the court directly to make your payment. If you pay online there are no refunds, and the processing fee is not refundable. The court direct line is 972-218-1334.