A message regarding warrants
If you have an outstanding warrant, you have two options to clear your warrant and address any outstanding issues
- You may appear, in person, to the courthouse Monday – Wednesday between 8:00am and 10:30am. For all criminal cases, a court appointed attorney will be available to meet with you before you go before the Judge/Magistrate. An attorney is not provided for civil infractions.
- You may email the court to address your warrant electronically. You will need to email us your name, address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. A court appointed attorney will contact you within three-five business days of receipt of the email. Note that the warrant will remain active until you are seen by the Judge/Magistrate. Not all cases are available for handling via email. If we cannot handle your case via email we will notify you directly through the email address you use to contact us.
If you are coming to the court to make a payment, we accept cash, personal check, or money order. The court also accepts Visa, MasterCard and Debit Cards; however, we use a third party processor for these transactions. The additional costs of these transactions are paid by the person making the payment. There is also a drop box outside the building for after hours payments by check or money order.
Note: We cannot accept credit card payments for restitution, bonds, or escrow payments.
You may also pay your fines and costs on line. Click the “Payment Information” tab for more information or go directly payments by clicking HERE. Payments made online will be processed by the court the next business day.
Are you looking to see what cases are scheduled for court? You can review the court dockets by date. If a case is non-public you will not be able to view.
The court will be closed to the public on the following dates
October 9, 2023 – Columbus Day
November 10, 2023 – Veteran’s Day
November 14, 2023 – Election Day