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Yes, you may mail or email your request to the Municipal Court
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If you would like to pay for the ticket, you will need to go to the Administration Office at City Hall. Please wait three to five days after you receive the ticket to allow time for processing. If you would like to contest the ticket, you will need to attend the court date listed at the bottom of the ticket.
Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Friday 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. If you need to appear before the judge, the court starts at 2:00 pm. You can check in as early as 1:30 pm on your scheduled court date.
The court is located at 8601 Midcrown Dr
No, you must either appear in person or mail in the request. The request must be made before your court date.
The fine amount vary based on the citation type. Contact the municipal court to find out what your fine amount is.
A person with an active warrant may be arrested at anytime; however, the general practice is NOT to arrest the individuals who are coming to take care of their tickets and warrants.
To qualify for defensive driving you must not have taken the defensive driving course within the last twelve(12) months, have a valid Texas Driver's License and have liability insurance. Defensive driving may be taken for speeding tickets less than 25 miles over the limit. If you have a commercial driver’s license you are NOT eligible for the defensive driving course. Only the individual that received the ticket can request the defensive driving course.
No. You must be approved by the court before you take the defensive driving course.
No, you do not have to wait. Once the court approves you, you will need to obtain your driving record as soon as possible, because it can take approximately six to eight weeks for you to receive it from the Department of Public Safety. During this time you may take your defensive driving class. Make sure that when you apply for the defensive driving class that the provider is approved by the Texas Education Agency.
If you plead not guilty to your violation, you must appear on your assigned court date.
Deferred disposition is a process where the judge requires the defendant to adhere to certain terms and conditions. The case will be dismissed if the defendant successfully completes those terms. If the defendant does not complete the terms of the deferred dispositions, an additional fine will be imposed.
Yes. Provided that you do not violate the terms of your deferred disposition, your ticket will be dismissed.
No, you must appear in person on or before your court date to resolve this matter. If your name is not listed as a driver or insured person you must appear before the judge.
If you violate your deferred disposition, then it will be revoked. You will be required to pay an additional fine and the ticket will be reported to the Department of Public Safety.
A Deferred Disposition varies based on the violation, contract the municipal court to find out how much it would be for you to do a deferred disposition.
The City of Windcrest Municipal Court does not waive jurisdiction on outstanding warrants issued in our city. If you wish to request Time Served you must submit your request in writing to the judge.