The Dallas City Marshal's Office said it's planning a warrant roundup soon.
The Marshal's Office said they will look for anyone with warrants for Class C offenses, which includes traffic violations, family violence situations and assaults.
Anyone with a warrant for a Class C offense has until March 7 to go to the courthouse. After that, Dallas Marshal's Office Chief Deputy Marshal Paul Hansen said they'll begin visiting the offenders.
"It may be embarrassing to have some officer come to your house and arrest you," he said. "They come into your workplace in front of your boss, in front of your co-workers, that tends to be worse."
There are thousands of outstanding cases in North Texas and millions of dollars from cases that have not been paid, according to authorities.