I received a warrant in the mail. What does it mean?
An arrest warrant is an order from the court to law enforcement to arrest and hold you in jail unless and until you satisfy the conditions of release stated on the warrant, normally bail. You can determine what type of warrant has been issued by looking in the upper right-hand corner of the warrant.
• If you have a general "Failure to Appear" warrant:
You may appear before the court during "walk-in" times to address a failure to appear warrant.
• If you have a "Showcause/Failure to Pay" warrant:
You must either pay the amount shown in full or appear before the judge during "walk-in" times. You can pay these charges by phone and have the warrant removed without having to appear before the judge.
• If you have a Capias or Information warrant:
You must appear in court during "walk-in" times.

With the exception noted above on "showcause/payment" warrants, you can neither have a warrant removed nor post bond over the phone.

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1. When is the court open for payments?
2. Do you take personal checks?
3. May I mail my fine and costs?
4. How do I know if my citation is violation-bureau eligible?
5. I don't have the money to pay my ticket by my court date. What do I do?
6. I have a payment due and I do not get paid until after you close, what do I do?
7. If I don't go before the judge, why do I have to pay court costs?
8. My citation is not Violation-Bureau eligible. How much is my fine?
9. When is my payment due on a Violation Bureau ticket?
10. May I ask the Court for a payment plan?
11. May I have an extension or change my payment plan?
12. May I bring someone to court with me?
13. May my friend or family member appear at court for me?
14. When is my court date?
15. Do I have to have an attorney?
16. I asked the clerk how I should plead when I speak to the judge. They said they couldn't help me. Why?
17. I want to find out about my case and I was told that I need to speak to my attorney. Why?
18. I'm coming to court. What should I expect?
19. The judge said I have to be fingerprinted. Why?
20. What are "walk-in" times?
21. What do I do on my court date?
22. What happens if I'm found guilty?
23. Do I need to have a public defender assigned to my case?
24. May I request a different court date?
25. Do I have a warrant?
26. I received a warrant in the mail. What does it mean?
27. How can I contact the court? (Fax, email, mail, phone)
28. I have too far to drive to make my court date. What can I do?
29. I received a ticket that involved a traffic accident. Why can't I just pay it?
30. If I didn't sign the ticket is it valid?
31. I recieved a ticket for not having proof of motor vehicle insurance and I just didn't have it with me. What can I do?
32. I would like to make a complaint about the officer that wrote this ticket.
33. The officer gave me a ticket for parking in a lot requiring a permit or handicapped sticker. I have proof of my permit or handicap placard. Who can I talk to?
34. The dog wasn't mine, why do I have to pay the ticket?
35. The police officer said to just show the court staff my insurance card and they would dismiss the ticket.
36. What is a Plea?
37. What is a pre-trial conference?
38. How do I post a bond?
39. How do I get a bond back once I have posted the cash?
40. I can't make my assigned probation class, can I reschedule?
41. I can't make my probation appointment. What do I do?
42. I have a question about my restitution.