While behind the wheel in Bedford, Texas recently, were you pulled over by a law enforcement official for speeding, running a red light, or violating traffic law in some other way? Were you written a traffic ticket for your offense? If you were, the second your citation was handed to you, it became your responsibility to respond to it, by either pleading guilty to it or by disputing it in court. If you opted for neither of these options, and simply allowed your violation to go past due, the Bedford Municipal Court may have been prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. If your warrant remains out for you, please be advised of the Bedford Warrant Roundup.
An annual police operation and a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which occurs State-wide, the Bedford Warrant Roundup sees law enforcement working around the clock to apprehend as many drivers as possible who have active traffic warrants out for them. If you are hoping to avoid arrest if at all possible this Warrant Roundup season, your warrant must be lifted, and as soon as possible. A traffic ticket lawyer who serves the greater Tarrant County area, and who has experience with the roundup in the City of Bedford, may be retained to lift your warrant for you, if you are eligible. Such an expert of the law may be retained to lift your warrant for you, and may also post bond for you, as a promise to represent you and your case later in court. To find out more, you may contact me.