A warrant of arrest can be issued for several reasons. This can include but is not limited to non-compliance with a Court order or failing to appear in Court as directed. A warrant for non-compliance may be issued if fine payments, jail time, counseling or treatment sessions are not completed as ordered.
If a warrant has been issued because the fine payments were not made as ordered, further payment arrangements may be allowed. The defendant may be required to appear before a judge for determination of eligibility for payments. If the warrant is not related to fine payments it is necessary to appear in Court before a judge to resolve these issues. No appointment is required.
Individuals with outstanding warrants must check in by taking a number in Customer Service where Court staff will provide assistance.