Perhaps on a recent occasion, while driving in the City of Frisco, you were discovered to be violating traffic law in some way, perhaps by speeding. If you were written a traffic ticket as a penalty for your offense, it became your responsibility to respond to your violation by the date it was due. If you did not, the Frisco Municipal Court may have consequently issued a warrant for your arrest. Does your traffic warrant remain out for you? Then please be advised of the upcoming Frisco Warrant Roundup. Serving as a local extension of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this yearly event sees police working extra hard to locate, and arrest, as many drivers as possible who have outstanding traffic warrants out for them. Lest you be sought for arrest by police because of your outstanding warrant, you may want to consider taking legal action, and quickly, to get your warrant lifted. A Collin County attorney may be of assistance to you if you are interested in doing so. To learn more, contact me.
Now that you are no longer in the dark in regards to the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, you have an advantage over the many motorists yet unaware of this annual event. You have this opportunity to try and get your warrant lifted before police have a chance to locate and arrest you because of it. Remember that, should you be interested, it is your prerogative to seek professional assistance in ensuring that your warrant is lifted. Also remember that this assistance may be provided you by a local traffic ticket lawyer. A lawyer who has experience with the roundup in Collin County 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. Interested in learning more? You may contact me for more information.