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All questions regarding your driver’s license should be directed to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. (918) 632-7700 or (405) 425-2098
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If you think you may have a warrant in the City of Sand Springs contact the Municipal Court during the time listed below:
Monday-Friday from 8:00AM to 5:00PM at (918) 246-2612.
Outside of normal business hours you can contact the Sand Spring Police Department at:
Sand Springs Police Non-Emergency number at (918) 245-8777.
*** Please note that the court only has access to Sand Springs Municipal Court records and cannot search for County or State Warrants. ***
You may call the Municipal Court Clerk Office at (918) 246-2612, or email us.
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A plea of guilty is an admission that you committed the alleged violation. The result of this plea is a conviction.
A plea of no contest, or nolo contendere, is not an admission of guilt but means you do not wish to contest the charges. A no contest plea still results in a conviction, but, in some cases, it cannot be used against you in the future.
The court is required to report convictions for traffic violations to DPS. You can obtain a copy of your driving record at any Tag Agency.
Each insurance provider is different. Contact your insurance company or agent for information about how traffic violations affect your coverage or premiums.
The Sand Springs court does not require that you have an attorney. However, it is your right to obtain legal counsel.
Cash bonds are only refunded if your case is dismissed or you are found not guilty of the charges. The money put up as a cash bond will be applied to any fines, fees, or court costs assessed. If the fines assessed are less than the bond amount the difference will be refunded to whoever posted the bond.
If you fail to appear for court your cash bond will be forfeited and a warrant could be issued for your arrest.