Common reasons that drivers are issued traffic tickets in Fort Worth, Texas include speeding, disregarding traffic control devices, and even forgetting to wear seat belts. If you have been charged with any minor offense in Fort Worth, and have the ticket to prove it, you must respond to your charges by the date that they are due. Should yo fail to do so, the Fort Worth Municipal Court may very well issue a warrant for your arrest. You must ensure that your active Fort Worth traffic warrant is lifted if you hope for a chance to avoid arrest.
Your chances of being arrested because of your Fort Worth traffic warrant will only go up during the annual Fort Worth Warrant Roundup. This police operation is a local branch of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which sees police arresting, in droves, motorists who have active traffic warrants out for them. In order that you may avoid arrest during the annual roundup, it may behoove you to lift your warrant as soon as possible. Jack Byno & Associates is a traffic warrant law firm that may assist you in lifting your warrant if you are eligible, as well as post bond for you. Please contact me to find out more.