It is a serious thing to be written a traffic ticket by police in Plano, Texas. But your situation may soon become even more serious should you allow your charges to go past due. If you do, it is likely that the Plano Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest, or traffic warrant, which is just as serious as it sounds. Once a traffic warrant has been issued for you, your arrest because of it may occur at any time of the day or night (and maybe during the Plano Warrant Roundup). If you are interested in steering clear of arrest, you may seek professional legal counsel in doing so.
This counsel may be retained from Jack Byno & Associates, a law firm with over 20 years of experience in Collin County, Texas. Our lawyers have been defending drivers during the Plano Warrant Roundup for just as long, and hold the power to lift traffic warrants and to post bonds on behalf of eligible clients. If you are wondering, the Plano Warrant Roundup is an extension of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, an annual police event that sees law enforcement arresting as many drivers as can be found who have active traffic warrants out for them. If you would like more information, please contact me.