How To Resolve Your Citation

OPTION 1 - PLEAD NO CONTEST OR GUILTY AND PAY THE FINE. THIS WILL RESULT IN A CONVICTION.

A. IN PERSON - at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane, between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Only the defendant or their attorney may appear on their behalf.

B. BY MAIL – Circle the appropriate plea on your citation and sign your name. Mail the citation along with your check or money order (made payable to the Town of Flower Mound) for full payment. Payment must be postmarked on or before the appearance date on your citation.

C. On-line

OPTION 2 - REQUEST A COURT HEARING (Court hearing requests cannot be done by telephone)

A. IN PERSON – at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.

B. BY MAIL – Check the appropriate box on your citation. Sign your name and fill in your current address. Your date and time to appear will be mailed to you. Your request must be postmarked on or before your appearance date on your citation.

C. On-line

You may have alternative options, such as: payment plans, community service, extensions, time served or indigence by setting a court hearing and obtaining a court order.

OPTION 3 - REQUEST DRIVING SAFETY COURSE (DSC)

See instructions titled Driving Safety Course. This request can be made either by mail or in person.

OPTION 4 - REQUEST DEFERRED DISPOSITION

See instructions titled Deferred Disposition. This request can be made either by mail or in person.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR JUVENILES

Juveniles (ages 10-16) MUST APPEAR IN PERSON WITH A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN for a court hearing (not within 15 calendar days). A hearing date will be scheduled, and a notice will be mailed to the address on the front of your citation. A court hearing is also required to request Driving Safety Course or Deferred Disposition. DO NOT MAIL PLEA OR PAYMENT TO THE COURT.

Warning: A child and parent or legal guardian required to appear before the Court has an obligation to provide the Court in writing the current address and residence of the child. The obligation does not end when the child reaches age 17. On or before the seventh day after the date the child or parent changes residence, the child or parent shall notify the Court of the current address in writing. Failure to do so is a Class C misdemeanor