Perhaps on a recent occasion, while driving in the Tarrant County City of Fort Worth, you were pulled over by a police officer who discovered you to be driving over the speed limit. Unless you responded to your violation by the date it was due, by either pleading guilty to your charges or disputing them, the Fort Worth Municipal Court may have been prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. If so, and if your warrant remains out for you, please be advised of the Fort Worth Warrant Roundup. A local branch of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this yearly event sees police working around the clock to locate, and arrest, as many drivers as possible who have outstanding traffic warrants out for them. If you are hoping to avoid arrest during this year’s roundup, there is only one way that you may do so, and this is by taking legal action to ensure that your warrant is lifted. If you are eligible, a local traffic ticket attorney may be able to get your warrant lifted for you.
Now that you are no longer in the dark about the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, and of the fact that you may be arrested during it should you fail to get your Fort Worth traffic warrant lifted, you may now be on a quest to do just that. If you are, but feel that you would not be able to get your warrant lifted on your own if you tried, keep in mind that a local traffic ticket attorney may be able to get your Fort Worth warrant lifted for you. If you are eligible, an attorney who serves the greater Tarrant County area may also be able to post your bond, so that your case may be defended in court by them at a later date, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.