Category Archives: Municipal Court

Arlington Municipal Court Announces Warrant Resolution Month

The Arlington Municipal Court announces that March 2018 is Warrant Resolution Month. Anyone who has outstanding citations with the Arlington Municipal Court is encouraged to resolve their cases. From now until March 29, 2018, the City of Arlington Municipal Court offers the following incentives: Persons who voluntarily appear and take action…

Annual Statewide Warrant Roundup Begins Feb. 24

Got warrants? Now’s the time to pay up to avoid arrest. Arlington will join more than 300 law enforcement jurisdictions from across the state for the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which begins Friday, February 24, 2018 and runs through Sunday, March 4, 2018. The roundup is designed to target thousands of individuals with…

January Volunteer of the Month: Larry Cummings, Jr.

Moving from Germany to Arlington in 1966, Larry Cummings, Jr. quickly realized that rules are in place to keep us safe.  After having to appear before a judge for speeding, racing, and causing too much noise that resulted in the revocation of his driver license, Larry changed his ways. Larry read…

Arlington Once Again Recognized for Traffic Safety Programs

Arlington was among 18 cities across the state recently recognized by the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center for its traffic safety programs. The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center’s Municipal Traffic Safety Initiatives grant, funded by the Texas Department of Transportation, sponsored the traffic safety awards competition to recognize municipal courts that have demonstrated…

Annual Statewide Warrant Roundup Begins

Got warrants? Now’s the time to pay up to avoid arrest. Arlington will join more than 300 law enforcement jurisdictions from across the state for the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which begins Friday, February 10, 2017 and runs through Sunday, March 05, 2017. The roundup is designed to target thousands of individuals with…

January 2017 Volunteer of the Month: Alex Nervo

The City of Arlington’s Teen Court Program is an alternative justice program that works within the Arlington Municipal Court and uses youth participation to offer young offenders an opportunity to accept responsibility and make restitution for their offenses.  Adult and teen volunteers are essential to the success of the program. The…

Arlington Municipal Court Provides Many Options for Resolving a Class C Citation

The Arlington Municipal Court wants citizens to know they have a variety of options for resolving their Class C Misdemeanor citations, including payment plans and community service.Under Texas law, Class C Misdemeanor crimes are punishable by fine only.  A judge or jury may not assess jail time as punishment for…

Annual Statewide Warrant Roundup Begins

Got warrants? Now’s the time to pay up to avoid arrest. Arlington will join more than 300 law enforcement jurisdictions from across the state for the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which begins Friday, February 19, 2016 and runs through Sunday, March 13, 2016. The roundup is designed to target thousands of individuals with…

Pay Your Warrants Online

City councilmembers have given the green light to continue Arlington’s participation in the Electronic Warrant Payment Program, which allows jailed individuals to pay and clear warrants for multiple jurisdictions at one time and in real time. Back in 2013, the City of Arlington began partnering with NCTCOG and several cities, including Carrollton,…