The Alvarado Police Department, and law enforcement in neighboring Johnson County communities, is out in full force in preparation for the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. A State-wide police initiative taking place on an annual basis, the roundup sees law enforcement working tirelessly to find, and arrest, as many motorists as possible who have outstanding traffic warrants out for them. No matter whether you hold a Class C driver’s license or CDL, if you have been issued a warrant on a previous occasion by the Alvarado Municipal Court, and have not yet gotten it lifted, your arrest during the roundup is unfortunately a possibility. If you are hoping to steer clear of arrest if at all possible, by getting your warrant lifted, a local attorney may be of service to you. An attorney who has experience with the roundup in Johnson County may be able to get your warrant lifted for you.
The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is taken very seriously by law enforcement in Alvarado and surrounding Johnson County communities. You should be taking this annual event just as seriously if your Alvarado traffic warrant remains active. If you are hoping to avoid arrest if at all possible, by ensuring that your traffic warrant is lifted, consider seeking assistance from a local traffic ticket lawyer. Keep in mind that a lawyer may be able to get your warrant lifted for you, and may also post bond for you as a promise to represent you later in court. In the very least, you may be able to contact your local law office in order to learn more about the Alvarado Warrant Roundup and how an attorney may be of service to you.