Smith County participating in state-wide warrant round up
From Smith County:
County is combining forces with 300 other jurisdictions across Texas to
participate in one of the largest joint warrant round ups in the state. Anyone
with outstanding court costs and fines has until March 2, 2013 to arrange for
payment before the warrant sweep begins. On March 2, officers will begin
visiting homes, neighborhoods and places of work to arrest anyone who has not
settled their debt with the county.
the expense and embarrassment of being picked up during the warrant round up.
Call the Smith County Collections Department and make arrangements to pay your
outstanding fees today," Sheryl Keel, Smith County Judicial Compliance
Check to see if you have unpaid court costs or
fines online at www.smith-county.com or by
calling the Smith County Collections department at 903-590-4620.
encouraged to take advantage of the grace period between February 15 and March
1, during which time they may resolve their case without penalty of arrest.
Beginning March 2, the Enforcement Period will begin and individuals will be "rounded up" at their
homes, work and around town and brought to the court to address their
outstanding warrants before a judge.
Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:31 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:31:48 GMT
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