By: Beltz Law Firm
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HOW ARE WARRANTS HANDLED IN RICHARDSON
TRAFFIC TICKETS IN RICHARDSON
WARRANT LAWYER RICHARDSON
Life happens and citations make guest appearances from time to time. Handling them in the correct manner will determine whether they will having a lasting role or have a quick, although unpleasant, stay. If you have received a citation out of Richardson give us a call to review your case. If you are not quite ready to make that leap, read on to see what you will be up against when dealing with its court system.
Richardson has one of the quickest turnaround times for scheduling court dates for citations given in their city. The court is reasonable in terms of protecting the driving record with favorable offers save for individuals with a commercial driver’s license. Requirements for addressing the court before the appearance date are relatively simple. We generally have court dates scheduled within 2-4 weeks from the moment that we alert the court with our letter of representation.
Any multitude of situations can occur, however, that will delay the ability of a person to get the matter addressed before the initial court date resulting in the case to go into a late status or worse yet turn into a warrant. When this happens we are unable to save you the trip down to our physical address to collect your signature, which must whatever signature you provided on the citation, in order to get the warrant lifted. Furthermore, the court date is set immediately for the week after and you are required to appear alongside us. If the warrants are addressed on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday then the court date will be set for 8 AM on the upcoming Monday. If the warrants are addressed Thursday or Friday they are set for Thursday at 1 PM. If you are unsure if you have a warrant or not in Richardson it is better to do a quick search and remove doubt than to find out by officer that pulled you over.
Whether the case was addressed on time or it was addressed in a warrant status, as mentioned before, the court rather flexible with provided offers that can protect the driving record. If placed on a probationary period the duration is 90 days in most cases and any necessary payment required is generally due within 30 days. The most important thing to keep in mind when working with Richardson is how much importance they put into their paperwork. Upon making payment you will receive a paper that you must submit to the court at the end of the probation period and failure to do so can result in a conviction.
Earlier I mentioned that favorable offers could be expected for drivers without a commercial endorsement. There is a lot of fight that has to happen to attempt getting a positive outcome. The importance of putting up a fight is highlighted by the negatives of convictions on the driving record. In this particular court you are just about fully guaranteed to lose the fight if you hope to dodge the officer and getting the ticket dismissed… trust us, they always show up. Contact our office to review your case in depth and to go over possible options you might have to getting that license protected.
Before the appearance date, after the appearance date, class a-c with or without endorsements, CDLs, and even unlicensed individuals will receive judgement free representation from a top notch attorney. Have us review all the information available to obtain the best possible outcome for you. Contact our office at 1-214-321-4105 and let an experienced staff member get a game plan started for your individual case.