Texarkana, Texas 2021-09-12 14:46:06 –
Marshall, Texas (KTAL / KMSS) – The Marshall Police Department is working with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and the Marshall City Court to make a proposal that is difficult to reject due to the impending “warrant summary”. ..
However, before the Roundup begins, the district court will allow a grace period from Monday to October 8. This grace period allows people to square their debts and pay fines without paying fines. , Harmless.
The court will exempt the warrant fee for local government warrants issued before Monday. Cases are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and arrangements can be made to clear open citations and warrants.
“If you forget to pay your ticket, or forget to appear in the district court, you may have an unpaid warrant in your name,” said Marshall Police Chief Cliff Karus.
“The best way is to get ahead and clear your name as soon as possible. Don’t risk being arrested once the warrant is finalized,” Carruth said. In addition to saving money, this will prevent one of the embarrassing visits from the police at home or at work.
District Court Judge Brendan Ross added, “There may be alternatives available to satisfy the case. Individuals should contact the Marshall District Court for that possibility.”
To determine if you have an unpaid warrant, contact Marshall City Court (903) 935-4535 or visit the following URL: https://www.marshalltexas.net/…/1411/Warrant-list-81221a
In addition, anyone who wishes to pay a fine online can do so at: www.trafficpayment.com.. Citation numbers and fines are required and they are located at:https://www.marshalltexas.net/…/1411/Warrant-list-81221a
Fines can also be paid directly by going to the Marshall City Court (110 S. Bolivar, Suite 104B, Marshall, TX 75670).
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