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Warrant Roundup Grace Period Running Out

Great Texas Warrant Roundup 2013-Grace Period

At the end of February 2013 the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup will begin.  If you have an outstanding warrant, San Antonio Police will be looking for you!  Every year, more than 240 law enforcement agencies and departments come together to find and arrest those with outstanding warrants.  Anyone with unpaid traffic tickets, class C misdemeanors, other misdemeanor or felony cases are at risk.

TIME IS RUNNING OUT 

The State of Texas has already mailed out thousands of letters to those with active warrants.  Before the warrant roundup begins, the State of Texas offers a “grace period” for people to come down to the court and pay their outstanding traffic ticket fines.  This grace period begins on February 13 and ends on February 24, 2013.  Authorities are warning people at risk to pay their outstanding tickets to avoid jail time.  Fines could cost as much hundreds even thousands of dollars.  Cities such as San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi, and San Marcos are already on board.  For a complete list of cities participating in the great Texas warrant roundup, click here.   Law Enforcement officials will be knocking on doors and making arrests beginning February 27, 2013.

BEFORE YOU PAY

Paying your outstanding tickets may avoid jail time but it won’t remove the stain on your permanent driving record.   If you already have a conviction(s) your insurance premiums may increase, a surcharge on your license may appear or you could lose your driving privileges in Texas.  At the Coquat Law Firm, a traffic ticket lawyer is ready to help you NOW.

 

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About the Author

Justin A. Coquat is a founding member of The Coquat Law Firm, P.C. Mr. Coquat has represented clients with Traffic Tickets, Speeding Tickets, CDL Tickets and MIPs for over seven years and has resolved an excess of 2,500 citations. He is a San Antonio native who went to The University of the Incarnate Word and then South Texas College of Law in Houston. Mr. Coquat represents victims of traffic tickets in the San Antonio Municipal Court, Bexar County Justice of the Peace Courts, Schertz Municipal Court, Selma Municipal Court, Leon Valley, Helotes, Hollywood Park, Alamo Heights, Shavano Park and Garden Ridge. He also resolves traffic tickets in other local jurisdictions such as the Helotes Municipal Court, Marion Municipal Court, Elmendorf Municipal Court, Three Rivers Municipal Court, George West Municipal Court and Justice of the Peace Courts in Comal County, Guadalupe County, Atascosa County and Live Oak County . Mr Coquat can be reached for a free traffic ticket defense consultation at 210-745-2825.

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