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When the person arrives at the Warrant Services Department, they will be asked to fill out an application for a payment plan. They are also requested to provide a state issued identification. If a person refuses to fill out the application, they will be asked to leave and return to court and speak to the Judge. If a person is claiming to be indigent, they will need to tell the Warrant Service staff when filling out the initial application. If the indigent paperwork is filled out the person will be given another court date to appear before the County Court to explain the indigent claim before the Judge. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
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Midland County Warrant services is a multifunction department within Midland County. Warrant Services is responsible for setting up payment plans for the County and District Courts, warrant services also serves warrants issued by all four Justice Courts in Midland County. Visit the Warrants page for more information.
No. Once a warrant has been issued there are no payment plans. The warrant must be paid in full or be served and person taken to jail. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
They person will be given a copy of their judgement and bill of costs and required to report to the Warrant Services Department to either pay the fines and or fees immediately, set up a payment plan and or ask for indigency paperwork. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
If you fail to come to the Warrant Services Department to set up a payment plan, a capias pro fine warrant will be issued for your arrest after the expiration of the time given on the judgement. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
Yes, the information on the application will be verified. If there is an item on the application that does not apply to you "N / A" (not applicable) will need to be placed on that line. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
In most cases when the application has been filled out properly, and depending on the number of people filling out payment plans, it will normally take between 20 to 30 minutes. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
You will be notified by an automated voice system and be sent a reminder card that the payment is due. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
No. The County Court in Midland County gives defendants 90 days from the date of their court appearance to pay the court cost and or any fines associated with their case. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
Yes, you can. If the total is paid off within the first month of setting up the payment plan, it will also save a 25 fee. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.
Money orders,cashiers check and debit/credit card are accepted. Payments can be made at the Warrant Services Department, online at midlandcotx.govtportal.com or mailed in to:
709 W WashingtonMidland, TX 79701
If you have more than one outstanding warrant you will need to speak with an investigator and they will determine if you will be able to pay off one warrant at a time. If you are allowed to do this, be aware that the other warrants will not be removed, and you are still subject to arrest until all warrants are completely taken care of. Call us at 432-688-4700 for more information.