If you know you have an outstanding warrant, or have any kind of unpaid traffic tickets and fear there may be a warrant out in your name, it is not too late to protect yourself from an embarrassing arrest, possible time in jail and other serious consequences. If you failed to respond to a traffic ticket, you may still have a right to appear in court and contest the charge, even if there is already a warrant out for your arrest. With the help of a traffic warrant lawyer, you may be able to get your warrant removed, set a new court date and fight your ticket before a judge. Jack Byno Lifts Traffic Warrants: 817-685-0912.
Surcharges, license penalties, higher insurance rates and even arrest if your fine goes unpaid are just a smattering of the potential broader implications of a speeding ticket. Shockingly, only 5 percent of people who receive a speeding ticket try to contest it. Yet, when contested with the help of an attorney, most speeding ticket cases end in either a complete dismissal or a reduced punishment.
If you want to keep a speeding ticket off your record or avoid any of the long-term consequences that a ticket may bring about, you do have options. Contact a Texas traffic violation attorney today for help fighting your speeding ticket at 817-685-0912.