Over 300 Jurisdictions in Texas Begin Warrant Enforcement Period March 2, 2013.
As the City of Houston press release stated, the “Amnesty Period” (Phase I) ended February 16, 2013 and the “Enforcement Period” (Phase II) begins March 2, 2013.
In the largest combined effort to date, 300 jurisdictions across Texas will being “rounding-up” individuals with outstanding warrants. According to the law enforcement agencies participating this year, they will aggressively target individuals on the warrant list by visiting their homes and their work place. Moreover, some jurisdictions have assigned special task forces to locate individuals with outstanding warrants through the license plate recognition program. Once arrested, these individuals will be brought to court to address their outstanding warrants before a judge.
Throughout the “Amnesty Period” (Phase I), countless individuals contacted the offices of Joyner + Joyner regarding traffic tickets and criminal cases that were in active warrant status. Those individuals that hired us can rest east knowing that their traffic tickets and other misdemeanor offenses are being handled by competent counsel and do not have to worry getting arrested due to outstanding warrants.
Some of the frequently asked questions included:
Do I have any outstanding warrants?
When you call Joyner + Joyner, we can research your record and determine whether you have any outstanding citations or active warrants anywhere the State of Texas. If we determine that you have outstanding citations or active warrants, we will share with you the best options available and the cost associated with your case. This service is part of our free initial consultation.
What are the benefits of hiring Joyner + Joyner to represent me?
First, you will receive the highest quality of customer service along with thorough and aggressive representation. Our clients know that by hiring Joyner + Joyner, their case will be handled in professional and expeditious manner.
Second, you will speak with one of our attorneys about your case before you hire us. We will inform you of any outstanding citations and active warrants on your record and provide with you the best available options in order to resolve your case. You will have all the necessary information so you can make an informed decision.
Lastly, we understand that times are financially tough for some of our clients. Many individuals do not have enough money to pay for their outstanding traffic citations and active warrants, much less pay expensive attorney fees. Our goal is to achieve the best possible legal outcome and help our clients save money. We have saved many of our clients both time and money by reducing the amount of fines imposed and most importantly by keeping offenses of their permanent record.
I have a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and was issued a traffic citation, can you assist?
Yes. We have helped many clients resolve their CDL traffic citations. Our goal is to get the CDL traffic citation dismissed so points do not appear on your driving record. Remember, if you simply “pay the fine”, the conviction will appear on your driving record and you will accumulate points. Contact Joyner + Joyner today so we can share with you the best options available for your particular case.
If you or someone you know has an active warrant or an outstanding traffic ticket anywhere in the State of Texas, contact us today for a free initial consultation.