Make no mistake: with the Great Texas Warrant Roundup in effect, no outstanding Ennis warrant will escape notice. When the statewide warrant roundup first started, only a handful of law enforcement agencies from across the state participated. Yet, the original participants were enough to form a solid base for the program, and more entities joined in every year as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup gained steam. Today, as of the end of February, there are 276 law enforcement agencies participating in the warrant roundup; more than half of those agencies are in North Texas alone. Contact Jack Byno, an experienced traffic warrant attorney at 817-685-0912.
So what exactly can you expect from the Ennis warrant roundup? In many jurisdictions, anyone with an outstanding warrant is first mailed a warning notice. This notice gives the opportunity to address the matter before facing arrest. Purportedly, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is held around tax time so that individuals can use their refunds to pay for court fees. Of course, it is inadvisable to admit guilt and directly contact a law enforcement agency about a charge underlying any outstanding warrant, regardless of how seemingly minor it may be, without first consulting a qualified Texas attorney. Call Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
Even if you did not receive an outstanding warrant notice from the City of Ennis, you may not be in the clear. Addresses can change, notices can be lost in the mail and administrative snafus take their toll. And, if you did receive a notice, perhaps you did not have time to deal with it, were worried about whether you could afford to take care of your warrant at the time or simply forgot about it. Whether you received notice or not, an outstanding warrant will subject you to arrest at any place you are found by law enforcement officers during the statewide warrant roundup. Contact Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.