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Unless you are pleading “not guilty”, you must enter a plea of no contest or guilty to pay your fine and court costs. A judgment and conviction will be entered and this conviction will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

You may pay your court costs on a payment plan. By law, if the fine and court costs are not paid within 30 days of the judgment, a fee of $25.00 will be added to the case.

You may pay your fines and court costs on line at, in person, the drop box located outside of Municipal Court, or you may mail in your payments.

If you have an Ordinance case, it cannot be paid on line. All defendants who have an Ordinance case must appear in person for your Court setting.

If you are unable to pay the ordered fines and costs there are other options available to satisfy the court costs and fines. To see if you qualify for these options you will need to appear in person and bring all documents identifying all sources of income and bills.

Pay Fines and Fees Online