Even if you did not receive an outstanding warrant notice, you may not be in the clear. Addresses can change, notices can be lost in the mail and administrative snafus take their toll. And, if you did receive a notice, perhaps you did not have time to deal with it, were worried about whether you could afford to take care of your warrant at the time or simply forgot about it. Whether you received notice or not, an outstanding warrant will subject you to arrest at any place you are found by law enforcement officers during the round up. Contact Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
Often, this means arrest at your home, school or workplace. In the weeks leading up to the 2012 warrant roundup, many police departments have been documenting specific locations where individuals with outstanding warrants have been habitually parking their vehicles. This information will be shared and tapped by special task forces during the warrant roundup to track down and arrest individuals. Jack Byno Attorney at Law: 817-685-0912.