While driving in North Richland Hills recently, were you pulled over by a police officer and written a traffic ticket? No matter the reason behind the issuance of your violation, it was your responsibility to respond to your citation by the date it was due, by either pleading guilty to your offense or by challenging it in a court of law. If you did not respond to your ticket, even to the point that it went past due, the North Richland Hills Municipal Court may have been prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest as a penalty. An arrest warrant is just as serious as it sounds and, unless lifted in a timely manner, may very well result in your arrest and incarceration. Your chances of being arrested because of your warrant will only go up during the North Richland Hills Warrant Roundup, a local branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup.
If you are hoping to steer clear of arrest if at all possible during Warrant Roundup season, there is a way that you may do so, and this is by taking legal action to get your outstanding traffic warrant lifted. If you are now looking to get your North Richland Hills warrant lifted, but require assistance in doing so, you may not have to look any further for that assistance than a local traffic ticket attorney. Remember that an attorney, and preferably one who has experience with the Great Texas Warrant Roundup in Tarrant County, may be retained to get your traffic warrant lifted for you, and may also post bond for you as a promise to appear in court on your behalf at a later date. If you are interested in learning more, do not hesitate to contact me.