If you have ever been issued a traffic ticket by police in Tarrant County, Texas, you know that it is an experience that you would rather avoid. If you do receive a citation, however, for speeding or another minor offense, it is up to you to respond to your charges by their specified due date. You have the option of responding by pleading guilty to your charges, or you may opt to challenge them in court. If you do not respond at all by the date your violation is due, it will most likely result in the Arlington Municipal Court issuing a warrant for your arrest. You could be arrested during the Arlington Warrant Roundup because of your warrant.
If you are not familiar with the Arlington Warrant Roundup, you are not alone. Many drivers unsuspecting of this annual event find themselves unexpectedly arrested because of their outstanding warrants during it. There is a way that you may steer clear of arrest during Warrant Roundup season, and this is by taking legal action to ensure that your traffic warrant is lifted. If you seek professional legal counsel in lifting your warrant, this counsel may be acquired by law firm Jack Byno & Associates. Our attorneys hold the power to lift warrants and to post bonds on behalf of eligible clients. Please contact me to find out more.