Warrant Amnesty Program


Warrant Amnesty Program

Do you have outstanding warrants or unpaid citations? NOW is the time to come forward and deal with them during the Austin Municipal Court Warrant Amnesty Program. Through March 3rd, if you voluntarily resolve your issues, your warrant fee will be waived. In the past few years, during the amnesty period almost 40,000 warrants have been cleared. DO NOT DELAY. If you come forward during this time you will NOT BE arrested. If you can’t pay everything upfront, you can set up payment plans, do community service, or see if you qualify for a hardship waiver. But you must come forward by March 3rd.


Olivia Cosby Interview

Olivia Cosby, Court Operations Manager, stopped by Local Insights to share all the details of the Warrant Amnesty Program.


Austin Municipal Court

Take advantage of the walk-in docket schedule at 6800 Burleson Road, Building 310, Suite 175 (located in the Bergstrom Technology Center complex). Hours are M-F 8:30am-11am, and 1:30pm-3:30pm. Also on Thursday from 6:00-8:30pm.

Austin Municipal Court Map


Warrant Amnesty Through March 3rd

You can walk-in, try and pay online, call 512-974-4800, or visit austintexas.gov/municipal-court for more information.

Warrant Amnesty Information


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Texas Advocacy Project


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