If a warrant has been issued for your arrest, you may pay the amount of the warrant in full by mailing a money order or appearing at the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office with cash, money order or cashier’s check (NO personal checks). If you would like to plead “Not Guilty” to the offense, you must post a bond DOUBLE the amount assessed by the Judge. Any questions regarding your warrant must be directed to the Municipal Court.
If you fail to appear
Upon default, your case will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety for the “Failure to Appear” program. This program places an that you have unpaid fines or outstanding charges in our Court. The indicator a person from until all indicators have been cleared.
It is the policy of Elgin Municipal Court that until you are acquitted, or the judgment(s) against you have been fully satisfied, the indicator remains in force. The “indicator clearance” process may take up to 48 working hours. The driver’s license cannot be renewed until the indicator has been deactivated.
Within 60 days of an appearance or payment default, regardless of judgment, the case is forwarded to a collection agency. The agency will charge an www.mvbalaw.com or (866)955-5455)of the total amount owed. (Mccreary, Veselka, Bragg & Allen, P.C. (MVBA)