Traffic Ticket Warrant El Paso
- February 4, 2014
- Robert Navar
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Traffic Ticket Warrant El Paso lifted. El Paso Municipal Court is renowned for their ability to issue active arrest warrants. Almost immediately after an appearance date or payment has been missed. As soon as the grace period passes. You can bet that a El Paso arrest warrant is soon to follow. Once a warrant has been lifted there are a few ground rules you need to know in order to avoid making a bad situation worse.
Don’t just pay for that ticket to lift a traffic ticket warrant El Paso.
“Just paying” for the El Paso traffic ticket will most definitely lift the warrant. However, what you may not realize is that the by paying the citation. You now have a conviction on your driving record. Get the wrong conviction and you get a license suspension notice from The Department of Public Safety. Get the wrong conviction and you could also end up paying surcharges to the Department of Public Safety to avoid having your license suspended. These surcharges can be as high as $260.00 a year for 3 years. That is a hefty price tag for “just paying” a Traffic Ticket warrant el paso off that went into warrant.
Sitting out your Traffic Ticket Warrant El Paso
While you may get credit for sitting out a warrant (typically 300 dollars a day) when you get out you will still get reported to DPS. And can owe up 760 dollars in surcharges not to mention a license suspension. Don’t go down that path. Hire us to assist you and give you great legal representation. Give us a call 915-613-3993to get your Traffic ticket Warrant El Paso Lifted.
If you believe you have a traffic ticket warrant El Paso Citation search here
Citation Search/On-line Payment – Only records for OPEN cases are available through this web site. To request information on closed cases, you must fill out a records request form.
Traffic Ticket Warrant El Paso issued within 7 – 10 business days may not have been entered into the Court’s database system, please check again or call to confirm. Archived information and citations issued to defendants while they were juveniles (16 years old and under at the time of citation) will not be displayed on this site.
Please complete as much of the citation selection information below as possible. If searching by citation number, do NOT include dashes. If searching by name, then date of birth is required. When you are finished, click Search to build the citation search results.
Important Information for Traffic Ticket Warrant El Paso
- When searching by driver’s license number or license plate number, please enter the 2 character state code in front of the numbers (i.e. TX-123456).
- It is recommended that searches be conducted on name and date of birth. The driver’s license number or plate number may not have been entered as part of the citation information.
- Driving history for tickets issued by EPPD or City inspectors must be requested at one of the Court’s bond offices. The charge is $ 5.00 – no checks accepted. Processing will take 7 – 10 business days to complete.
- You should always confirm the information on this web-site. See below for important phone numbers
Traffic ticket warrant El Paso recall:
To recall an arrest warrant it is necessary for you to pay the fine/fines in full or to post bond in the amount of the bond schedule. If you would like to contest your case after posting bond, please make sure to submit a written request for a court date along with your bond payment or, if you are paying in person, make sure to complete the form given to you by the cashiers. If you do not request a court date, the court will accept your payment as the fine. Once a warrant has been issued and paid in full, a $ 50.00 warrant fee will be added to your fine upon conviction. A notice informing you of the additional fee and conviction will be mailed to you.
If your ticket does not display, please note the following:
Verify Your Entry.
- Ticket numbers are eight (8) characters long.
- Check your ticket number. The officer needs sufficient time (typically 2 weeks) to file the ticket with the Courts.
A ticket may not be paid online if any of the following apply:
- Were you considered a juvenile when you received your ticket?
- Has your ticket been disposed (paid, dismissal, time served in jail, etc.)?
- Did you apply for the driving safety course via mail?
- Is the person incarcerated?
- Is this a partial payment?
If you answered YES to any of the questions above, you cannot pay your ticket online