You can call the Ft. Worth Sheriff's Department for county warrants. You can call the Ft. Worth Municipal Court directly to see if you have a FWPD citation that is in warrant. A ticket attorney can also help you out with this. They can usually post attorney bonds to lift warrants. Their fees to do this and handle the cases are usually quite reasonable.
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For Fort Worth City warrants go to: http://fortworthtexas.gov/municipalcourt/ click on warrants on the left hand menu. For other municipalities in Tarrant County and the Sheriff's Office you will need to call the various municipal court clerks or the police agency.
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For traffic tickets you need to check with the local municipal or justice of the peace court for warrants. For other cases the sheriff's office is usually the best choice.
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