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Options for handling a citation are listed on the citation, or see the links under the Citation Payment Options title on the Court Procedures and Decorum homepage. If you have any questions concerning the listed options, contact the court.
A list of the common violations that are filed in the Coppell Municipal Court of Record are
posted on the Fines and Court Costs page, which is located on the Court Procedures and Decorum homepage. However, if you need to
get information regarding your particular citation, you must call the Municipal Court at (972) 304-3650, during regular office hours. Have your citation and driver's license number in-hand before calling.
The court currently accepts payment in the form of cash, check, money order, cashier's
check or credit card. Temporary checks are not accepted. Please bring a picture ID if you
plan to make a payment with either a check or credit card.
Your due date for your citation is above your signature on the citation. However, if you
pay and resolve your citation before your due date, you do not need to appear. If you
have missed your due date, contact the court for information on your warrant status.
Changes in court dates (continuances) may NOT be requested by phone. Requests for continuances must be made in person or in writing on or before the scheduled court date.
For information of facility closings or delayed openings, please refer to the City of Coppell's online event calendar, check the Municipal Court Announcements page located on the Coppell Municipal Court homepage, or call the court at (972) 304-3650.
Refer to the Jury Duty page located on the Coppell Municipal Court homepage. It will inform you if your presence is still required or not.
Complete the Request to View Court Records Form located on the Records Requests webpage and submit your request in person or by mail to the Coppell Municipal Court of
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