Defendants with outstanding Municipal Court warrants may attend an upcoming court session to resolve their warrants without being arrested.
The court is offering in-person and virtual options so that defendants can choose the format that best fits their schedule or needs.
On Feb. 25 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., defendants can resolve warrants in person at the Municipal Court building, 107 W. Juan Linn St., or online by clicking the E-Court Appearance link at www.victoriatx.gov/municipalcourt. No appointment is needed.
The court will also host virtual warrant resolution sessions at 9 a.m. Feb. 26 and 1 p.m. Feb. 28. Defendants can attend by clicking the E-Court Appearance link at www.victoriatx.gov/municipalcourt. Defendants will need to join early to check in.
PHOTO: The City of Victoria Municipal Court is in the process of mailing postcards about upcoming warrant resolution sessions to residents who have outstanding warrants.
These sessions are part of Warrant Resolution Month, a yearly effort to allow those with outstanding warrants to speak with a judge or prosecutor to discuss resolution options. Community service or reduced fines may be available.
The court will mail postcards and send text message notifications to let defendants know about outstanding warrants and invite them to participate in Warrant Resolution Month. Defendants can also look up warrants and pay fines by visiting www.covcourt.com.
The court’s next regularly scheduled warrant resolution docket will be 1 p.m. March 28. Residents can follow City of Victoria Municipal Court on Facebook to be notified of upcoming dockets.
For more information about how to attend Open E-Court, call 361-485-3050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.