The court may issue a warrant when:
- You have violated your promise to appear on your citation, summons or order to appear and the Court sent notice of a hearing date for your appearance to which you failed to appear or failed to make arrangements to satisfy the judgement.
- You failed to comply with the orders of a judge.
- You failed to satisfy your judgement as promised and received notice of a show cause hearing and failed to appear or provide a justifiable reason why you failed to comply with the court order.
- You failed to appear on a bond, trial or pre-trial hearing.
If warrants have been issued for your arrest, you may contact the court for the amount owed the court. The court will only give this amount. You will need to come to the court or request in writing any other information regarding the warrants. If your citations have been placed in warrants for lack of payment, the total amount owed is due. If your warrants remain outstanding more than 90 days from the date issued, the cases may be referred to the court's collection agency. If this occurs, a collection fee of 30% of the amount owed on each offense will be added to the charge(s).
The following is a list of individuals who have or have had outstanding warrants for their arrest. This list is updated once a month.