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2021 Warrant Resolution Month

The City's Municipal Court is sponsoring Warrant Resolution Month starting March 15, 2021.

Learn how to resolve your warrants here »


Due to COVID-19 the Court encourages everyone to resolve your warrants online, by phone or email. If you have a warrant for your arrest the Corpus Christi Municipal Court will help you resolve your case without the fear of being arrested.

If an individual has received a warrant for their arrest, additional fees and costs are assessed due to the warrant. If the warrant remains outstanding the failure to resolve your offense will be reported to the Department of Public Safety and Nueces County. You may be denied your right to renew your driver's license and/or to register your vehicle.

If an individual has an outstanding warrant and they do not wish to contest the charge, the person must enter a plea of no contest or guilty. Violations paid online will get a conviction and will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety if the charge is a traffic violation. If the charge is a penal offense (e.g. public intoxication, assault or theft) the conviction will remain on your criminal history.

All payments made on line will be assessed a 3% fee.

All correspondence should be mailed to:
Municipal Court
120 N Chaparral St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

All e-mail should be addressed to:

The drop box is located at the entrance of Municipal Court.

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