Traffic Ticket Warrants
When you receive a traffic ticket, the police officer will ask that you sign it, you are not pleading guilty if you sign the ticket, it is simply your promise to appear in court, on or before the appearance date.
If you fail to appear in court on the set arrival date a warrant for your arrest can be issued. In Texas, you can be arrested anywhere and at any time if you have an outstanding warrant. It is not unheard of for an officer to take you into custody at work. It is important to seek experienced legal counsel if you have a warrant that has been issued to you for a traffic violation.
In Texas, there are two types of warrants that can be issued. The first is alias warrant which is issued if you receive a traffic ticket and take no action. The second type of order is a capias warrant. This kind of warrant is issued when you have agreed with the court such as payment plan or defensive driving, and you fail to follow through with the agreement.
A capias warrant cannot be removed by the posting of an attorney bond. If you believe that an alias or capias warrant has been issued, I can help guide you through the legal process.
Williamson County Capias Warrant Attorney
Experienced Attorney Leonard R. Morgan has successfully represented countless of clients with traffic ticket warrants.
I have the knowledge and expertise to represent you and protect your rights. Contact me today at (512) 686-6562 to schedule your free consultation. I am available 24 hours a day seven days a week.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]