While on the road in Plano, Texas, recently, were you pulled over by a police officer for violating traffic law? Were you charged for your offense by being issued a traffic ticket? If you were, it was your responsibility to respond to your violation by the date it was due, by either pleading guilty to it or by challenging it in court. If you opted for neither of these options, but simply let your citation go past due, the Plano Municipal Court may have been prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. In the case that your warrant remains out for you now, please be advised of the annual Plano Warrant Roundup. A local branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this event may see you arrested by police unless you act fast to get your warrant lifted. A Collin County traffic ticket lawyer may be able to assist you in lifting your warrant, so that your arrest may be avoided.
This year, as with every year following the commencement of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, motorists all across the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex find themselves sought for arrest by police, simply because they did not take the necessary legal action to get their outstanding traffic warrants lifted when they had the chance to. You, in contrast to these motorists, are no longer in the dark in regards to the roundup. You may take this opportunity to ensure that your warrant is lifted before law enforcement in Plano have the chance to apprehend you because of it. Bear in mind that, should you be worried that you would not be able to lift your Plano warrant on your own, you do not have to. You may seek legal help in lifting your warrant, such as may be provided you by a Tarrant County attorney. An attorney may be able to lift your warrant for you, and may post bond for you as well as a promise to defend your case later in court. To learn more, please contact me.