You Were Pulled Over For A
“FAILURE TO APPEAR VIOLATION”
What You're Facing
How We Can Help
Most traffic ticket violations come with a court date. This means you are legally obligated to show up in court to defend yourself. This means: missed time at work, driving downtown, the hassle of dealing with the system. Instead, you can work with us and eliminate the headaches. We represent you and negotiate with judges and prosecutors on your behalf. You won't even have to show up!
We started out traffic ticket process because we couldn't believe how much hassle was involved when dealing with the court system. Hire us and eliminate this entirely. You won't even need to leave your house to hire us. We can process your information over the phone and get started right away!
Keep Ticket Off Your Record
Most people don't recognize the pitfalls of dealing with your own traffic tickets. Make a mistake and your innocent speeding ticket could become a permanent fixture on your driving record. We won't let this happen. We're actively fighting for you and eliminating or severely reducing the penalties.
Learn More About Failure To Appear Violations
What is Failure to Appear?
In Texas, when you;re issued a traffic citation, you're also ordered to appear in court on a certain date. This date is also called your appearance date and should be taken seriously. Some Texas court systems require you to show up in person. This might mean missing work, driving downtown, hassling with parking, and representing yourself. If you forget your court date or don't make it to the courthouse you can earn a new violation called Failure to Appear. You will also likely draw an arrest warrant.
What are the Consequences of Failure to Appear?
Failing to Appear can result in additional fines and court fees. There is also a possibility that you could face jail time if there is a warrant for your arrest issued. Failure to Appear is a very serious violation and should be taken seriously by you. Fines for this offense can vary, but are usually in the $500 range.
What about my Driving Record?
Any unresolved traffic violation or citation not handled properly can result in a ding against your permanent driving record. In the case of a Failure to Appear the court will likely report the non-appearance to the Texas Department of Public Safety. If the matter remains unresolved you could face a suspension or hold on your driver's license. Many people see their driving privilege as a means to help support their family through employment. Risking the clear status of your drivers license can have severe affects on your family.
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