Warrant independence opportunity

In honor of our America’s Independence, the Tulsa County Courthouse is announcing a warrant independence program.

From July 5-14, individuals in Tulsa County can have their failure-to-pay warrant released with a payment of $150 and structuring of a new payment plan.

“This is an opportunity for some individuals, either with failure to pay warrants or those who may be concerned that a failure-to-pay warrant is about to be ordered can have a little peace of mind,” said Don Newberry the Tulsa County Court Clerk. “If they show up in our office or contact us by phone we may be able to help them.”

The cost administrator can be reached at 918-596-5458. Those with failure-to-pay can come in to the cost administration desk within the Court Clerk’s office during the amnesty period Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and make a cash payment (or in some cases by credit card).

They may also use the E-payment system online at www.oscn.net.  If someone with an active failure-to-pay warrant uses the e-payment option, they are advised to tell the cost administration office that a payment has been made.

The cost administration desk is on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 S. Denver Ave. in the Court Clerk’s office.