Dallas Arrest Warrant Attorneys

The 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup began on March 7th.  If you’ve been putting off taking care of that pesky Dallas arrest warrant, now is the time to take action.  Law enforcement agencies from the around the state are presently joined in a concerted effort to arrest anyone who hasn’t taken care of their arrest warrants.  Depending upon the type of warrant that has been issued for your arrest, a Dallas arrest warrant attorney can advise you as to the best course of action to take, and can assist you in removing the warrant.  Don’t wait until you’re taken to jail during the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup.

If your Dallas arrest warrant is the result of a felony charge, or a class A or B misdemeanor, it may be necessary to post an attorney bail bond.  A Dallas arrest warrant attorney can post an attorney bail bond on your behalf, thereby removing the warrant so that you are no longer subject to arrest.  If you’re arrested at your home, office, or during a traffic stop, and are taken to Lew Sterrett (the Dallas County Jail), you may be forced to wait in jail for six hours, or more, before a bond is set on your case.  However, a Dallas arrest warrant attorney may be able to avoid your having to go into custody at all.  To that end, a Dallas arrest warrant attorney may be able to obtain a personal recognizance bond, signed by a judge, in which the requirement that you be taken into custody is waived.

Alternatively, if your Dallas arrest warrant was issued due to an unpaid traffic ticket, a Dallas arrest warrant attorney can post an attorney bond, remove the warrant, and represent you in court on the underlying violation.  Under these circumstances, you won’t be required to go to jail or appear in court.  A Dallas arrest warrant attorney can handle the entire process for you.

No matter where your arrest warrant lies, if it’s been issued in the State of Texas, you are presently subject to arrest during the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup.  Don’t end up in jail. Take action immediately!

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