If you get behind the wheel of your vehicle, and are caught violating traffic law in one way or another, there is a good chance that you will be pulled over by police and written a ticket for your offense. Maybe you recently had this experience in the Johnson County City of Alvarado, Texas. But no matter why you received your charges, if you allowed your ticket to go past due instead of responding to it, there is a good chance that you were consequently issued a traffic warrant by the Alvarado Municipal Court. Yes, an active traffic warrant issued for you by the court is warrant for your arrest, and could potentially result in your arrest during the Alvarado Warrant Roundup.
The Alvarado Warrant Roundup is a local branch of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which requires officers to focus their attentions on locating and arresting as many drivers as possible who have active traffic warrants out for them. This event is just as serious as it sounds, and should be of especial concern to you if you have an active traffic warrant out for you in Alvarado. If you have, and are now worried that you will be taken into custody because of it, it is best that you act today to ensure that your warrant is lifted. If you seek professional legal counsel in lifting your warrant, let Jack Byno & Associates help. If you are eligible, our experienced traffic warrant attorneys may post bond for you and lift your warrant for your. Please contact me to learn more!