The North Texas Annual Warrant Round Up is fast approaching. Beginning March 5, 2011, The Garland City Marshal’s Office will participate along with many other North Texas Cities.
Judge Robert Beasley, Chief Judge in Garland has agreed to a special program, for the first time ever in Garland.
On Tuesday, March 8, 2011, from 1 to 4 p.m., Judge Beasley will be on the bench for a special docket for citizens with Garland warrants who would like to dispose of their cases without being arrested. On this day only, during the above listed time, anyone with Garland warrants can come to the Garland Court Building at 1791 West Ave. B Garland, Texas. for disposition of the case without arrest. Your warrant will be cleared upon disposition of your case. At that time disposition options include waiver of warrant fees and payment plans (provided you have not previously been on a payment plan for that citation). All citizens participating should be prepared to pay something toward your fine even with the payment plan. At this special time you would also be provided an opportunity to present proof to the court, should it apply to your situation, such as insurance, driver’s license, registration, or inspection.
If your warrant is capias pro fine, meaning a plea has already been entered and fine imposed, the amount of the outstanding fine and court costs could be reduced.
If you are interesting in participating in this plan please remember the following date and time:
When: Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Where: The Garland Court Building @ 1791 West Ave. B Garland, TX. 75042
Time: 1 to 4 p.m.
This program will be available only on the date and time listed above. After this date our marshals will be out along with other law-enforcement officers in North Texas making arrest,s and clearing warrants for the regional warrant round-up.