The 2012 Great Texas Warrant Roundup began on February 25th. Since then, I’ve had a number of people ask or email the question, “When does the warrant roundup end?” In my view, this question misses the point. After all, if you have arrest warrants that have been issued in your name, does it truly matter when the Great Texas Warrant Roundup ends? Whether or not the roundup is underway, you’re still subject to arrest, even for
traffic ticket warrants, throughout the State of Texas. Anywhere. At any time! Do you drive? If so, you’re a traffic stop away from being carted off to jail, and held until you serve enough jail time to satisfy your traffic tickets, or until you’re bonded out of jail. Also, even when the 2012 Great Texas Warrant Roundup isn’t underway, many municipalities have city marshals who are continually on the search for people who have outstanding arrest warrants in their city.
There’s absolutely no excuse for you having to go to jail on traffic ticket warrants. It’s completely avoidable. We can post attorney bonds on your behalf, thereby removing the warrants without your suffering the embarassment, expense, inconvenience, and humiliation of arrest. For City of Dallas traffic tickets, call our Dallas traffic ticket attorneys today. In addition to removing the warrants, this fee also includes representation in court. Over 99 percent of the time, we can keep your ticket from affecting your driving record, and may even be able to obtain an outright dismissal of your case.
The 2012 Great Warrant Roundup officially ended on March 4th. But if you have arrest warrants, the “roundup” never really ends. Law enforcement is still looking for you, and you are subject to being taken into custody at any time. Help is available! Call the Dallas traffic ticket defense lawyers at Berlof & Newton, P.C. at 214.827.2800. Free consultation. Or contact one of our attorneys directly using the “Get Legal Help Now!” form in the left margin of this web page. Se habla español.
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