Resolving a Warrant with Manor Municipal Court - EspaƱol

Beginning February 24th, 2018 and ending March 4th, 2018 more than 300 law enforcement agencies across Texas will be concentrating their efforts to address non-compliance with court orders. If you do not resolve your tickets now, you may be subject to arrest. If you are stopped while driving your vehicle and arrested, your vehicle may be impounded, which would result in additional tow and storage fees. Please take care of your tickets now to avoid arrest.

If you voluntarily appear to take care of your tickets with Manor Municipal Court, you will NOT be arrested. If you are unable to pay, contact the court to discuss options that may be available to resolve your matters with the Court.

Court hours and location:

105 E. Eggleston Street, Manor, Texas 78653

Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm: Normal business hours

February 23rd, 2018: Extended hours from 5 pm to 7 pm

February 24th, 2018: Special hours during Warrant Round-Up 8 am to 12 pm

Manor Municipal Court will also hold an Open Court docket on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 from 10 am to 5 pm (closed for lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm) and also on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 from 10 am to 5 pm (closed for lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm) for individuals that wish to see the judge.

You may also contact the court at 512-272-8178 for any additional questions.

Payments can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online at:

Persons with outstanding warrants can avoid arrest by coming into the City of Manor Municipal Court at 105 E. Eggleston, Manor, Texas, and making appropriate arrangements with the Court. No arrest will be made at the Court Office of individuals that voluntarily appear before the Court.

Call 512-272-8178 for more information regarding this program and how to avoid arrest.

All violations filed with the City of Manor Municipal Court are considered Class C Misdemeanors. You are given a specific date to appear before the Court which is indicated on the top of your citation. If you fail to appear before the court on the specified date (except weekends) you are subject to negative consequences. Negative consequences begin the day after failing to appear before the court, making the required payment, or failing to meet the terms or conditions of a Judgment.

is not a right. Jail Time Credit is determined by the Manor Municipal Court Judge that issued the Warrant for your Arrest. If you receive jail time credit it is determined by the following: (1) arrested for a Manor Warrant, (2) $100 per every day served. Credit earned for an Arrest Warrant and a Capias Pro Fine Warrant differs. Arrest Warrants are Concurrent and Capias Pro Fine Warrants are Consecutive.

Consequences for failing to appear are as follows:
  • Fine amount may be maxed out per State Law ($200 to $2,000)
  • Court Costs added: Warrant Fee $50, Omnibase Fee $30, and Collection Fee 30% of balance
  • Report your violation to the Texas Department of Public Safety in order to stop renewal of your Driver's License or Identification card

If you are in a WARRANT STATUS, the Judge has allowed you to make contact with the court and do the following:
  • Pay the Warrant in full
  • Pay a minimum of $50 or $100 down (depending on total balance) to request a payment plan
  • Enter a Plea of Guilty or No Contest or Not Guilty (if there is no Plea already on file)
Manor Municipal Court contracts with different agencies to assist staff with serving of warrants and or locating of individuals with past due cases filed within our Court. Please review each agency listed below and if you should have any questions you may call them directly:

McCreary, Veselka, Bragg, & Allen (MVBA) P.C. is an established firm that provides our Court with another tool to locate individuals that may have outstanding case file balances with our Court. If you received a call from this agency, most likely you have an outstanding judgment filed with our Court that has not been satisfied. MVBA main office is located at 700 Jeffrey Way, Suite 100, Round Rock, Texas and may be reached at 866-955-5455. If you would like to search their site you may visit

Texas Failure to Appear/Failure to Pay Program (OMNIBASE) is a program in accordance by Texas State Law where violators have an outstanding judgment or case file pending within a court and reports the violator to the Texas Department of Public Safety so the violator may not renew their driver's license until the reporting court's judgment has been satisfied. The violator may access their information by visiting This is not the SURCHARGE or DRIVER RESPONSIBILITY ACT site; therefore, please visit the Texas Department of Public Safety Surcharge site regarding surcharges or the driver responsibility act.  The OMNIBASE fee is non-refundable even if you received Jail Time Credit.
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