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You may reset your court date one time by calling 72 hours in advance or requesting a reset in writing. If you are not able to contact the Court within 72 hours, and it is an emergency, the Court will reset the date with documentation presented to the judge to avoid any further fees.
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No, the "on or before" option is if you wish to take care of your ticket by paying or making arrangements to handle your ticket. If you are required or request to see the Judge, it must be done on the court date listed at 10 a.m.
You may pay your fine, or you will be issued a new court date for violation of promise to appear, which is an additional fine amount.
Yes, under certain circumstances the Court will allow time to pay the fine. A payment of at least $50 must be paid to start a payment arrangement, and regular payments must be made each month. An additional payment plan fee of $25 will be assessed on the 31st day depending on the judgment; this fee cannot be waived.
No, all fees that are due for the Driver Safety Course must be paid on or before your court date. No exceptions will be made.
If you are receiving a letter from our Warrant Division, your ticket has gone to collections. All fees must be paid to the collection agency, and any payment arrangements must be made through them. You may contact the collection agency, American Municipal Services, at 888-420-9700.
This letter was received because you failed to take care of your ticket or pay your fine amounts. The Texas Department of Public Safety has placed a hold on your driver’s license, and you are not eligible to renew your license until all fees are paid in full to the Court or collection agency. A $30 per violation fee is added and cannot be removed.
The Court is open during the following hours:Monday through Friday8 a.m. to Noon1 to 5 p.m(Closed on Holidays)
The Court is located at:Oak Point City Hall100 Naylor RoadOak Point, TX 75068
No, any person holding a commercial driver’s license is not eligible for defensive driving or deferred, whether they were operating a commercial motor vehicle or not.
If a defendant pleads “no contest” to the charges, the verdict cannot be used against the person if a civil suit is filed later. It is not an admission of guilt.
No, City Ordinance Violations are compliance tickets and must be paid, or the violation must be brought into compliance to avoid further actions.