WARRANT ROUNDUP IN SAN ANTONIO
If you didn’t pay your traffic ticket or moving violation there might be a warrant out for your arrest. According to officials, anyone with an outstanding citation will be arrested starting March 6. More than 250 law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in the roundup, which is believed to be the largest of its kind.
The warrant roundup is designed to target those with outstanding warrants for minor and major infractions such as traffic, parking, city ordinance, penal code and higher charges. The roundup lasts through March 20 across the state and is sponsored through March 10 by SAPD down at the San Antonio Municipal Court. During this time police may come to your home or work, both day and night, to arrest you and bring you to jail. Hire a traffic ticket attorney to help you NOW!
A grace period to take care of the warrants was already given in San Antonio, but that period ended March 6, 2011. You may now want to hire a traffic ticket lawyer to assist with taking care of any outstanding speeding tickets or traffic tickets, especially if you have a traffic ticket that includes a warrant for your arrest. The traffic ticket attorney’s from TrafficTicketSA.com and The Coquat Law Firm can help you get your traffic tickets and warrants resolved in San Antonio, Bexar County, Comal County, Schertz, Selma, Universal City, Converse, Alamo Heights, Leon Valley and other local police municiplaities.
Don’t wait to pay your traffic ticket or warrant until it is too late. Hire a traffic ticket attorney today and sleep well. The traffic ticket lawyers at The Coquat Law Firm can handle speeding tickets, traffic tickets, MIP, DWI and other traffic ticket related citations and misdemeanor crimes.
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