Day and night in the Tarrant County City of Fort Worth, Texas, law enforcement works to ensure that all drivers are abiding by traffic law. An officer may pull over and issue a traffic ticket to any driver who is discovered to be violating the law in any minor way. If you have been written a traffic citation in Fort Worth, but have let your charges go past due instead of responding to them, there is a good chance that the Fort Worth Municipal Court will issue you a traffic warrant. Once a traffic warrant has been issued for you, your arrest during the Fort Worth Warrant Roundup is a possibility.
In case you have never heard of the Fort Worth Warrant Roundup, which serves as a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, here is some news for you. This annual event sees law enforcement working around the clock to find (and in most cases to arrest) drivers such as you who have active traffic warrants out for them. If you are worried that you do not have what it takes to ensure that your active traffic warrant is lifted, pick up the phone and call Jack Byno & Associates. Our lawyers may be able to lift your warrant for you, and post bond for you as well. Please contact me to find out more.