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You may call the automated system at 972-205-2330.
You must file an affidavit of non-prosecution and it will be reviewed by the Prosecutor. It is the Prosecutor's option to accept or deny an affidavit on non-prosecution.
You can obtain this information from Court Services automated phone line at 972-205-2330.
Yes, or you can pay by telephone or by using the online payments service.
You should come in and request a Driver Safety Course (DSC) show cause hearing.
You must contact the Garland Police Department and ask the officer who wrote the ticket to investigate.
The City of Garland does not grant extensions. All fines are due in full 12 days after the citation is issued. No extensions, no exceptions.
The Garland Municipal Court is not involved in driver's license suspensions. Driver's License suspension cases are held by Dallas County Justice of the Peace. The County Court is located at:140 N Garland RoadGarland, TX 75040
You may contact their office at 972-288-7665. You will need to contact the local Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) office for further information or the person that sent you the letter.
Yes. Municipal Judges can perform wedding ceremonies. You will need to contact the Judges Secretary at 972-487-7320 to schedule an appointment.
Paying a fine waives any right to an appeal.
Yes. You will need to appear at the Garland Municipal Court during regular business hours only to post the bond or pay the fine.