Running a red light, speeding, driving with expired tags, and forgetting to wear a seat belt are all reasons that a driver may be issued a traffic ticket at the discretion of law enforcement. Have you been issued a citation in the Collin County City of Frisco, Texas? If you have, it would be best for you to respond right away to your charges, as if you do not your ticket may go past due. And if it goes past due, there is a very good chance that it will prompt the Frisco Municipal Court to issue you a traffic warrant, which in turn could lead to your arrest during the Frisco Warrant Roundup.
The Frisco Warrant Roundup is known locally as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is known State-wide. If you are unfamiliar with this annual event, you should know that it sees police placing an emphasis on locating, and on arresting, as many drivers as possible who have active traffic warrants out for them. Your arrest this Warrant Roundup season is a possibility until you get your active traffic warrant lifted, but you do not have to try and lift your warrant on your own. It is your right to seek professional legal counsel in lifting your warrant, such as from Jack Byno & Associates. Contact me today for more info.