Have you heard of the White Settlement Warrant Roundup, an extension of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup? If not, it may be concerning news to you should you have an active traffic warrant out for you, issued for you by the White Settlement Municipal Court. Following the commencement of Warrant Roundup season each year, officers are ordered to step up their searches for drivers who have outstanding traffic warrants. When located, these motorists are usually arrested. Because your arrest during the roundup is unfortunately a possibility for as long as your warrant remains out for you, you may want to consider getting it lifted. Lifting your warrant is a task that you may accomplish not on your own, but with assistance provided by a legal professional, such as a Tarrant County traffic ticket lawyer. Read below or contact me to learn more.
Warrant Roundup season is a very serious time of year within Tarrant County’s law enforcement community. It should be just as serious to you should you have an active traffic warrant out for you, issued for you by the White Settlement Municipal Court. Remember that in order for you to successfully avoid arrest, your traffic warrant must be lifted. Also remember that an attorney may be retained to assist you in getting your warrant lifted. An attorney, and preferably one who has experience with the roundup in Tarrant County, may hold the power to lift your warrant for you, if you are qualified, as well as post bond for you as a promise to defend you later in a court of law. If you would like additional information on Warrant Roundup season and how your outstanding warrant may be lifted, you may contact me.