Warrant Amnesty & Special Sessions for Veterans
Warrant fees will be waived for any Veteran that wishes to take care of his/her warrant filed in one of the courts listed below. In addition, some individuals may be eligible for additional fine/fee waivers based on their financial situation. To see if you qualify for additional fine/fee waivers or community service, you will need to bring proof of income.
The Vidor Municipal Court (1330 First St in Vidor) will be hosting a special session on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 beginning at 9:00 a.m. In addition, Orange County Veterans Services, The SouthEast Texas Food Bank, and The Christian Care Center will be at the Court to help any Veteran, court case or not, that would like to come see what services are available for them. Please bring your photo ID and DD form 214.Court Office (409) 769-7452
The Bridge City Municipal Court (110 Rachal in Bridge City) will also be hosting a special session on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Court Office (409) 735-7726
Orange County Justices Of The Peace Judge Chad Jenkins (3500 Edgar Brown Drive in Orange) and Judge Rodney Price (190 Camp Street #B in Vidor) will be available during regular business hours November 4-15, 2019to help Veterans with violations in their courts.
For help with a Hot Check case filed with the District Attorneys office and ask for the hot check department.Hot Check Dept (409) 8836764
If you are a Veteran or know a Veteran in need of assistance, we encourage you to stop by. If you have a warrant and/or citation, please take advantage of this opportunity so that the courts can help you resolve your case.
Remember Courts are safe havens and you will NOT be arrested when you come to court.THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!