In most cases, when a warrant for arrest is necessary, a notice is sent to you at the address shown on your citation. The notice outlines the violations charged against you and fines associated with the warrant.
The Court will issue a warrant when:
- You fail to make a plea to violations shown on your citation
- You fail to comply with the Orders of a Judge
- You do not complete a payment plan or fail to make payments as promised.
RESOLVING A WARRANT
YOUR WARRANT MAY BE CANCELLED IF YOU PLEAD “NO CONTEST” OR “GUILTY” TO THE WARRANT CHARGE AND PAY THE FINE. IF YOU WANT TO PLEAD “NOT GUILTY” TO A CHARGE AFTER AN ARREST WARRANT HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU MUST COME TO THE COURT TO POST THE REQUIRED BOND AND OBTAIN A COURT DATE TO SEE THE JUDGE. IF YOU FAIL TO DISPOSE OF YOUR WARRANT, YOUR WARRANT WILL BE ACTIVELY PURSUED.