Methods of Payment
2. Over the telephone through the Court Payment System - 972-412-6222 Option #1
3. In person at the Municipal Court Window, 4401 Rowlett Road
Q.) I have Rowlett Municipal Court Warrants for my arrest, what can I do?
A.) When you have outstanding arrest warrants, you have several options. Understand that a warrant for arrest is a court order signed and issued by the Judge, and you should expect that police officers will honor that order, should you come into contact with one.
First, you can pay your warrant balance in full, close your case and clear your warrants. You can pay online or in person at the Municipal Court.
Second, you may be eligible to post a cash bond and obtain a new court date. This is dependent upon the nature of your case and warrants. A cash bond must be posted in the form of cash or a cashier’s check for the exact amount; you’ll need to contact the Municipal Court for details and directions.
Third, you can have an attorney post a bond for you with the court. This is also dependent upon the nature of your case and warrants. Neither the court staff nor the Marshal’s Office is allowed to refer you an attorney; you must select that attorney yourself. Please contact the Municipal Court for details.
Finally, persons with active warrants can turn themselves in and sit out their time in our Municipal Jail. The amount of time you will be in custody depends upon the number of warrants and the balance of your debt. The Judge assigns the value of your time in custody. Should you wish to turn yourself in, you can contact the Marshal’s Office for details.
Q.) I have warrants for both Rowlett and other jurisdictions, can I work with the Rowlett Marshal’s Office to address all my warrants?
A.) No, we have authority only over Rowlett warrants.
Methods of Payment
2. Over the telephone through the Court Payment System - 972-412-6222 Option #1.
3. In person at the Municipal Court Window, 4401 Rowlett Road.