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METHODS OF PAYMENT

All forms of payment accepted: CASH, CHECKS (no personal checks for warrants), MONEY ORDERS and CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS (Processing fees apply).

Payments are NON-REFUNDABLE.

In Person: Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Online: Click here 

Phone: Please call (800)444-1187. Payment can be made Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

By Mail:  Made out to/sent to:

          Katy Municipal Court, 5432 Franz Rd.,  Katy, TX 77493      

Dropbox: Located in front of the Municipal Court

JUVENILES:  All juveniles are required to appear in open court for all proceedings in their case(s).  The parent/guardian of any juvenile charged in municipal court is required to be present in court with his or her child. 

Warrants:

Must be paid in full. You may pay an acitve warrant of arrest using our online and phone payment options. You are still subject to arrest until the Judge has accepted your payment and the case has been processed. The court will receive your payment the following business day; however, on weekends and holidays your payment will not be processed until the next business day following the weekend or holiday.

Payment Plans:

You must appear in court on your court date to request a payment plan from the Judge.

NOTICE: PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT VOLUNTARY PAYMENT WILL RESULT IN A CONVICTION AND WILL BE REPORTED TO THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND MAY RESULT IN THE ASSESSMENT OF SURCHARGE FEES UNDER THE DRIVER RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM.  

By entering a plea of guilty or no contest, you are declining to request any discovery in your case and waiving your right to a jury trial.

A Plea of GUILTY means that you admit that the act is prohibited by law, that you committed the act charged, and that you have no legal defense for your act. You should understand the following: You are innocent until proven guilty. Your plea of guilty may be used against you later in a civil suit. (e.g., if there was a traffic accident another party can say you were at fault or responsible for the accident because you pled guilty to the traffic charge.

A Plea of NO CONTEST means that you do not contest the charge against you. You will almost certainly be found guilty, unless you are eligible and successfully complete a driving safety course and/or deferred disposition. Also, a plea of no contest cannot be used against you in a subsequent civil suit for damages.

A plea of NOT GUILTY. You must appear in Court on your court date and plead Not Guilty in front of the Prosecutor.

 

 

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