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How To Look Up Tickets That Have A Hold On Your License In Texas
Attorney For Tickets That Have A Hold On Your License
Many people don’t realize that their license is not eligible for renewal until they are sitting at the DMV in front of a clerk who tells them they cannot renew their license. They then tell them that they have outstanding tickets and sometimes that is all the information they get. This article is intended to help those that are looking for old traffic tickets in Texas that have a hold on their ability to renew their driving privileges. If you would like to discuss your license status after reading this article with an experienced lawyer, feel free to contact our office at 214-321-4105.
How To Find Old Tickets With A Hold On Your License
The best way to search for old traffic citations that have a hold on your ability to renew your driver license is by checking the OMNI base Texas Failure to Appear website. To check the failure to appear website click the link below:
In order to use the site link above you will need to have your driver license and date of birth available to plug into the website. Once you enter your driver license number and date of birth into the system, it will bring up every traffic ticket that has been reported to DPS that has a hold on your driver license. Thereafter, you can take the appropriate steps to remove any warrants as well as the holds related to the traffic tickets.
Hire An Attorney To Remove A Driver License Hold
By hiring a lawyer to assist you with a driver license hold, you ensure that the violation does not impact any further than it already has. This does not mean that the case will be dismissed. However, what it does mean is that if you are required to pay any money to a court after the hold is removed that you take every opportunity to protect your record from a permanent conviction. The biggest issue our traffic ticket lawyers see when a case has a hold on a person’s driver license is allowing that case to become a conviction. This can cause further fees owed to DPS in the form of surcharges. Do not allow your old traffic tickets to become convictions by simply paying them off. Take the necessary steps to protect your permanent record by contacting a traffic ticket lawyer today.