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You  have 10 days to make a court appearance after you have missed your orginal court date. After 10 days, if you have not made acceptable disposition of your case, an ARREST WARRANT will be issued. Once a citation has gone into warrant status additional fees will be added to the fine amount and court costs.

You are subject to arrest, and information about you and your vehicle is entered into a statewide police database. Should you be stopped for any reason, the law enforcement officer will be notified by the police dispatcher that there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest. You will be taken into custody, and your vehicle will be impounded. 

 Tomball Municipal Court is serious about serving warrants, and it is suggested that you consider this a serious matter as well. It will be costly and embarrassing to be arrested at your home or business.

If your case has gone into warrant status, your options include:
  • Option # 1 :  Appear at Tomball Municipal Court and set up  a payment plan with 20 % of the the due amount but not less than $25.00. Capias Profine warrants can not be set up on payment plan, but due in full.
  • Option #2: Appear at Tomaball Municipal Court and posted a cash bond for the amount due, this will give you the opportunity for a new court date where you can request DSC, Probation, Community Service, or to present proof.   On Capias Profine Warrants NO BOND can be made.
  • Option # 3:  Appear at Tomball Municipal Court  to Post Surety Bonds or Mail in  Surety Bonds. You will have to find a Bonding Company that is registered with Harris County Approved Bondsman.This is not payment of your fine. You will get a new court date and warrants lifted. NO OUT OF COUNTY BONDS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  • Option # 4: If this is an Arrest Warrant, you can have an Attorney file a Attorney Bond. Please note that they have to be registered with Harris County Approved Attorney List . Also we will need a letter of representation.
  • Option #5: You can turn yourself in to the Tomball Police Department located at 400 Fannin.

 Payment options for warrants are CASH, Credit Card (VISA or Mastercard ONLY), Money Order or a Certified Bank Check . NO PERSONAL CHECKS will be accepted.  No phone payment will be accepted. Credit cards Holders need to be present .

  If your warrant has been assigned for collection, the Collection Agency will contact you with information about your warrant and methods of payment accepted. Be aware that your warrant is still active and you are subject to arrest until the warrant amount has been paid in full.