Have you failed to pay the fine for a traffic violation? Have you failed to appear in court or to comply with a courtmenu-item-has-childrens decision regarding a traffic ticket? If so, you may have had a warrant issued for your arrest. Most people have the best intentions when it comes to complying with traffic regulations and paying ticket fees. But forgetting to pay a fine or comply with a court date can happen to anyone. Perhaps you refused to pay the fine because you felt the ticket was unfair. Whatever the reason, donmenu-item-has-childrent ignore the warrant. Let the expert traffic attorneys at Traffic Ticket Pros help you get the warrant dropped and fight the ticket.
The Reason for Traffic Warrants
You donmenu-item-has-childrent have to commit a hefty offense in order to have a warrant issued. Even tickets issued for small traffic violations such as failure to signal can, if not dealt with, result in warrants being issued. Reasons for traffic warrants fall into two basic categories. First, you can receive a warrant for failing to respond to a ticket. Offenses cover a broad range of violations including speeding, reckless driving, driving without insurance, failing to appear in court, and driving without a license or with a suspended license. Second, you can have a warrant issued against you following a hearing if you do not comply with the orders of the court. If you are a commercial driver, having a warrant issued in connection with a traffic violation can severely impact your ability to perform your job. At Traffic Ticket Pros, wemenu-item-has-childrenll deal with the problem head on to help you keep driving and prevent your warrant from resulting in an arrest.
What You Should Do If a Warrant Has Been Issued For Your Arrest
If a warrant has been released for your arrest following a traffic violation, you should take immediate steps to have the warrant dropped. When you communicate with the precinct that issued the warrant, youmenu-item-has-childrenll have an opportunity to explain what circumstances led to the failure to pay or respond. You may be required to pay fines or risk detainment before the warrant can be lifted. The Traffic Ticket Pros can give you guidance regarding the best way to deal with the court and how to resolve the warrant without being arrested. Once the warrant has been resolved, we can begin to fight the ticket and work on having charges dropped or reduced.
How Our Traffic Attorneys Can Help You
In order to avoid arrest, youmenu-item-has-childrenll need an attorney who can post bond to have traffic warrants removed. We can have your traffic warrant lifted and then begin formulating a plan to fight the ticket which led to the warrant and to keep your driving record clear. Wemenu-item-has-childrenll post attorney bond to resolve your warrant, fight your ticket, and help prepare you to appear in traffic court.
Donmenu-item-has-childrent risk receiving an additional traffic violation while there is an outstanding warrant on your record. Contact the attorneys at Traffic Ticket Pros and let us walk you through each step of resolving your warrant, fighting the original ticket, and removing each traffic violation from your record. Wemenu-item-has-childrenll assess your case and give it the detailed attention needed to make sure you stay on the road. Call us today for a free consultation!