If you haven't taken care of your outstanding tickets yet, you might be out of time. The amnesty period for the 2018 Great Texas Warrant Roundup comes to a close on Friday.

The Municipal Court remains open until 6:30 p.m.

During the Warrant Roundup, city leaders, sheriff's deputies and police are asking you to head to the Municipal Court to clear up any outstanding tickets. A two-week amnesty program works to resolve more than 43,000 active arrest warrants.

Municipal Court Clerk Gilbert Hernandez said the amnesty period guarantees that you can arrive at the court without fear of being arrested.

The court has had extended hours for that purpose during the two-week amnesty period, which ran Feb. 12-26.

"The 2018 Great Texas Warrant Roundup is an event where jurisdictions throughout the state come together, partner up to round up citizens and individuals that have Class A misdemeanor in warrant or delinquent status, and bring them into compliance with court orders," Municipal Court Clerk Gilbert Hernandez said.

Hernandez said the more than 43,000 active warrants date back to 2000, but the court was able to clear almost 18,000 warrants by September of last year.

Payment options include:

  • Appearing in person at the Municipal Court on North Chaparral Street
  • Paying in full online on the court's website
  • By mail
  • By depositing a payment in the drop box located near the court

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