The Lancaster Police Department pulls over and writes traffic tickets to motorists each and every day in the city. If you are written a traffic ticket in Lancaster, it may have been for speeding or another common moving violation. But no matter why you have received your charges, it is up to you to respond to your violation by the date that it is due. If you instead let your ticket go past due, it is possible that the Lancaster Municipal Court will issue you a traffic warrant, which is a warrant for your arrest. Unless you get your warrant lifted, it may eventually result in your arrest and incarceration during the Lancaster Warrant Roundup.
The Lancaster Warrant Roundup is a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which is about to commence in Dallas County. If you are not familiar with this annual event, and many drivers are not, you should know that it sees police cracking down on motorists who have active traffic warrants out for them. Why allow yourself to be taken into custody during the roundup when you have this chance to instead get your traffic warrant lifted? If you seek professional legal assistance in doing so, Jack Byno & Associates is available to help. Please contact me for additional info.