Click here for common violations.
You have several options in handling your ticket. To make a payment online, click here. Online payments constitute a plea of no contest and are entered as a guilty judgment. The judgment is reported to DPS as a conviction on your driving record.
If eligible, there are two options available if you are wanting to keep the offense off of your driving record. We offer the options of deferred disposition or taking a driving safety class.
Contact the Municipal Court at (817) 617-3732 or (817) 617-3757metro
If you do have warrants, you may be eligible to set up a payment plan. You will need to contact the Warrant Officer at (817) 617-3734 or (817) 617-3735 for information on prices and payment amounts.
Payment Plan Application
You are not automatically given a court date when you receive a citation. You are given an appearance date meaning that you must appear either in person or by mail within 30 days of receiving your citation. Your due date is on your citation above your signature. The state of Texas has special requirements for juvenile defendants that can be found here. Faxing or calling the court does not constitute an appearance.
No. A request for extension must be made in person.
Nothing appearing on this site should be considered legal advice. If you have questions about your best course of action, what plea you should enter, your rights, or the consequence of a conviction, you should contact an attorney. The clerk, the judge, nor the prosecutor can give you legal advice. Neither the Municipal Court nor the Town of Pantego makes any warranty as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the provided information and shall not be responsible for errors or omissions nor for results obtained from the application of provided information.