Out of Sight, Out of Mind

That's not a good philosophy to use when it comes to an outstanding warrant or an unpaid ticket that's on your record. Sooner or later, it will catch up to you. Possibly in a very embarrassing way, such as being led out of your home or workplace in handcuffs.

Warrant Amnesty

The Livingston Municipal Court is offering a warrant amnesty program through May 31, 2023.

That means if you have an active outstanding warrant or unpaid ticket through the Court, you are encouraged to head down to the Municipal Court at 200 W. Church in Livingston and clear your outstanding tickets and get a fresh start.  Anyone that comes to the Municipal Clerk’s office to take care of their outstanding warrants during this amnesty period will be given safe harbor regarding municipal tickets.

Payment Plans

There are also options available if you are unable to pay off the full cost of your ticket. Just contact the Court to pay a minimum of one-half the total amount due and then work out a mutually agreeable payment plan for the balance owed.

As an added incentive, anyone that pays in full (without a payment plan) will also save an additional 20% off the fine amount. The percentage savings is only on the fine, not the court costs.

The Court will also offer assistance to those individuals that may not be able to pay half down or pay in full and will work out an agreeable action plan for anyone that is willing to make the effort to come in and clear up their warrants.

Summer Sweeps Ahead

Keep in mind that this warrant amnesty offer ends at the end of May. Shortly after that date, we can probably expect a 'warrant sweep' to occur, so take advantage of this great opportunity.

This year the Livingston Municipal Court is offering warrant and unpaid ticket amnesty by visiting the Court in person or by telephone. Contact the Municipal Court at (936) 327-9322 or municipalcourt@livingston.net for more information.

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