If you have failed to appear in court for a traffic violation or another reason and you've been too scared to come forward because now there is a warrant out for your arrest. Now is the time to come forward as Texarkana, Texas and Texarkana Arkansas are ready to give you a break with their Warrant Amnesty Program, but it won't last long.

For Texarkana, Arkansas, the Texarkana Arkansas District Court is wanting to help those that may be affected by having a Failure to Appear or Probation Violation active warrant.

The Amnesty Program won't last long, so if you or someone you know that really should take advantage of this program be sure to do so as soon as possible! They are offering the Amnesty Program and it will start on February 1st, 2021 and end on March 31st, 2021. According to the Texarkana Arkansas Police Facebook page This consists of paying the old fines in full then this removes the warrant and the warrant fee. This saves the individual approximately $350.00 in CASH with no jail time, so you keep your job and your freedom.

If you have any questions, please call Probation Office at (903)-798-3241, (903)-798-3243 or the Court Office at (903)-798-3016.

For Texarkana, Texas:

Texas Municipal Court is offering an Amnesty Program from February 8, 2021 until April 16, 2021. According to a press release, citizens with an outstanding warrant with Texarkana, Texas Municipal Court may come in before April 16, 2021 and pay the warrant in full without being arrested.

To inquire about a warrant (Class C misdemeanor) with Texarkana Texas Municipal Court, please call (903) 798-3551, 798-3013 or 798-3790, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Citizens can pay their warrant in full with cash or money order (NO checks or debit cards) Warrants may be paid Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at the Texas Pay Fine Window located on the 1st floor of the Bi-State Justice Building, 100 N. State Line, Texarkana, Texas, before April 16, 2021. A warrant cannot be paid on line. When paying a warrant at the Texarkana, Texas Pay Fine Window, citizens will not be arrested, and the warrant will be recalled after the payment is made.

The police usually serve warrants. However, this amnesty program is an attempt to give residents a chance to avoid an “embarrassing” arrest by paying what they owe in full. If the warrant is not taken care of before April 16, 2021, citizens risk being arrested, taken to jail and paying a higher fine.


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