Court Online Payments
- When paying online, you voluntarily enter a plea of No Contest and waive your right to a jury trial. For an offense involving Family Violence, defendants must appear in open court before a judge.
"If you are convicted of a misdemeanor offense involving violence where you are or were a spouse, intimate partner, parent, or guardian of the victim or are or were involved in another, similar relationship with the victim, it may be unlawful for you to possess or purchase a firearm, including a handgun or long gun, or ammunition, pursuant to federal law under 18 USC. Section 922 (g)(9) or Section 46.04(b), Texas Penal Code. If you have any questions about whether these laws make possessing or purchasing a firearm illegal, you should consult an attorney."
- If you wish to plead Not Guilty, do not make payment of your fine/costs. You will need to appear on your scheduled hearing date.
- The Court will receive your internet payment during regular business hours. Your payment must be received by your due date to avoid additional fees or warrant issuance.
- If you wish to select a Driving Safety Course or Deferred Disposition, do not make a payment online until the court has approved the request. The Court cannot reverse your online payments.
- If you have an active warrant, your warrant will remain outstanding until the court receives your internet payment during regular business hours. Payments made after normal business hours will be processed the following business day.
- The court will not refund payments made after it's processed online.