No one likes to be written a traffic ticket by police, and no responsible motorist sets out with the intention to violate traffic law while behind the wheel. But in the case that you have been issued a traffic ticket by officers in Hurst, Texas, it is up to you to respond to your charges by the date that they are due. If you let your citation go past due instead, neither challenging it nor pleading guilty, you can expect to be issued a traffic warrant (an arrest warrant) as a penalty for your past-due violation. In turn, your warrant may soon result in your arrest during the Hurst Warrant Roundup, unless you get it lifted.
Each year following the start of the Hurst Warrant Roundup, countless drivers unaware of this annual event (but who have active traffic warrants out for them) find themselves taken into custody because of their active warrants. Now that you know that you may steer clear of arrest if you would only get your traffic warrant lifted, what are you waiting for? If you feel that you do not have the legal know-how to lift your warrant on your own successfully, it is your right to seek professional legal counsel in doing so. Jack Byno & Associates, a traffic warrant law firm with over 20 years of experience in Tarrant County, may be retained to provide you with that counsel. If you would like to learn more, please contact me.