Warrants

Arrest Warrants
Arrest warrants are issued for individuals who received a citation and a court date, but failed to appear when scheduled or make arrangements to take care of the violation(s). Arrest warrants are bondable.

Options
If you have an arrest warrant(s) these are your options:
  1. You may post a cash bond for the full amount of your fine to clear your warrants and receive a new court date to appear before a judge. You or your attorney must post a cash bond by appearing in person.
  2. You may post a surety/appearance bond by calling a bail bond company for the full amount of your fine to clear your warrants and receive a new court date to appear before a judge. You, or your attorney, or a bail bond company must post surety/appearance bond by appearing in person.
  3. Plead guilty or no contest and pay your citation in full to clear your warrants. Payments may be made in person at the cashier's window by you or your attorney during normal business hours.
  4. You may also pay by mail with a money order or cashier's check.
  5. You may also pay 24/7 by credit card over the telephone at 877-224-6076. Keep in mind that the warrant will not be cleared until payment is received.
  6. You may also pay online at the Municipal Court Payments website.
Capias Pro-Fine Warrants
Capias Pro-Fine warrants are issued for defendants who received a violation, have been found guilty by the court, and failed to fulfill the direction of the court. Capias Pro-Fine warrants are processed immediately upon default and are non-bondable.

Options
If you have Capias Pro-Fine warrant(s) these are your options:
  1. You may pay your fine in full to clear your warrants. Anyone may make the payment at the cashier's window during normal business hours.
  2. You may pay by mail with a money order or cashier's check.
  3. You may pay 24/7 by credit card over the telephone at 877-224-6076. Keep in mind that the warrant will not be cleared until payment is received.
  4. You may also pay online on the Municipal Court Payments website.
  5. You may request an indigence hearing.
Subject to Arrest
If you have warrants, you are subject to being arrested. Officers may arrest you at your home or place of business. Officers will continue to return until you are arrested or have otherwise disposed of the case(s) pending against you.

The La Porte Police Department officers have been provided with your warrant information and the license number of your vehicle. To avoid arrest, you must immediately resolve this issue or you may contact the warrant officer at 281-471-4683.