What happens at the Warrant Services Department?

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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1. What is Midland County Warrant Services?
2. Can I make payment plans on warrants?
3. What happens after my court date and I am assessed a fine and or court costs?
4. What happens at the Warrant Services Department?
5. What happens if I do not go to the Warrant Services Department and execute my court ordered payment plan?
6. Will the information I give on the application be verified and checked?
7. How much time does applying for the payment plan take?
8. What happens if I miss a payment and or do not make payments on the payment plan?
9. If a warrant is issued for my arrest after not completing the payment plan can I set up another one?
10. Can I pay the total I owe early?
11. What form of payments do you accept?
12. If I have multiple warrants can I pay one off at a time?