Every single day, law enforcement in Tarrant County, Texas, pulls over and writes traffic tickets to drivers who are caught violating traffic law. If you are among those issued a traffic citation on a recent day in the City of Fort Worth, it is your sole responsibility to either plead guilty to or challenge your charges in due time. Should your violation instead go past due, it may prompt the Fort Worth Municipal Court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Please be advised that an active traffic warrant issued for you by the court is a warrant for your arrest, and could result in you being apprehended during the Fort Worth Warrant Roundup.
Perhaps you are wondering what exactly the Fort Worth Warrant Roundup is. If you are, please be advised that this annual event sees law enforcement tracking down (and in most cases, arresting) drivers who have active traffic warrants out for them. If your Fort Worth traffic warrant remains out for you now, it is in your best interest to get it lifted before police arrest you this Warrant Roundup season. Need help to lift your warrant? Call Jack Byno & Associates, whose lawyers have been in practice in Tarrant County for over 20 years. Please contact me if you would like to learn more.