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Help from a Fort Worth Criminal Defense Lawyer

With so many people on the road, traffic tickets are very common throughout the state of Texas. Issues range from moving violations to parking infractions and can include penalties such as points on your driver’s license, mandatory time spent in education classes, increased insurance rates, and heavy fines.

Violations that can warrant a ticket include, but are not limited to:

  • Speeding
  • DWI
  • Driving erratically
  • Running a red light or stop sign
  • Causing an accident
  • Endangering pedestrians or other drivers
  • Driving without insurance
  • Driving with broken equipment
  • Parking illegally

If you have received a traffic ticket for any reason, contact our Fort Worth criminal defense lawyers at Jerry Loftin & Associates. We have helped numerous clients throughout Texas.

Types of Traffic Ticket Warrants in Texas

If you have an active traffic warrant in the Fort Worth area, Jerry Loftin & Associates can help. It is important to know your options in the situation as well as the issues and penalties you may be facing.

In Texas, there are two types of warrants. These include:

  • Alias, if you did not appear at your traffic ticket case
  • Capias when you enter a guilty plea or are found guilty and did not pay for the offense

How to Get a Capias Warrant Lifted in Texas

There are various ways to lift capias warrants, including paying the fine, taking driver or alcohol education classes, or doing community service. By hiring our Fort Worth traffic ticket lawyer, you can receive representation to make your court appearances and putting an up an Appearance Bond on your behalf. This option is only available if you never pleaded guilty or agreed to a payment plan.

How to Get an Alias Warrant Lifted in Texas

Alias warrants, however, usually require a bond to be posted. You may post a cash bond or you may be able to get the alias warrant lifted by hiring an attorney to post a bond for you. Hiring representation and getting a bond is usually a cheaper option than a cash bond.

Do not hesitate to call our firm at (817) 591-7850 if you have received a traffic ticket or have a traffic warrant against you in Texas. We can help you with a free initial consultation.

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