If you were arrested on your traffic ticket, or if there was a hold on you for the traffic ticket. If you were arrested for another offense, then you would have to make a request to get that credit. My understanding is they some times give credit but that is when the person is still in jail.
The rate is $100 per day.
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As noted above, if you were arrested on that ticket or you could have been released but for the ticket you're trying to get credit on, yes. If not, then you would have had to request credit.
last time I heard, Harris Co was at $100/day credit
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It depends what court your ticket is in Municipal court or JP court. If you are in Harris County jail and have tickets in JP court the magistrate and take your guilty plea and you will be given $100 a day credit toward fine and court costs. For municipal tickets it depends and the municipal court
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