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8 Easy Steps To Find And Clear Traffic Ticket Warrants In San Antonio, Texas

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Have you been issued traffic tickets in San Antonio? Could they be in warrant status? If you missed your court date or have outstanding traffic tickets, you may have a warrant out for your arrest. If a warrant has been issued for you, any peace officer may arrest you at any time for the outstanding warrant. It is important to take care of these matters as soon as possible so you do are not at risk of facing jail time.

1.Start by looking for any old traffic tickets you were issued in San Antonio.

2.Look for the court date (sometimes known as arraignment date) on the tickets. If your court date has passed and you did not appear, there may be arrest warrants out for you.

3.Visit the website for the respective court to look up your tickets. You can find this by typing the name of the court into your search engine. You will need your full name, date of birth, and driver's license number to look up your ticket or warrant information.

4.Click the link that directs you to pay your fines online. (You do not have to complete payment to look up your charges.)

5.Fill in your information to see what outstanding tickets you have. This will give you your traffic ticket number and all other pertinent information.

6.If there is a charge listed under your name for "Failure to Appear" it is likely that an arrest warrant has been issued by the respective court.

7.To clear your warrant, you can pay the full fine online. Be aware that by paying your fines directly to the court, a conviction will appear on your permanent driving record. This can lead to higher insurance premiums and even driver's license suspension.

8.You can clear your warrant(s) with the help of an experienced attorney. In some cases, a San Antonio traffic ticket lawyer may be able to help clear your warrant for less than what it would cost you to pay the court directly.

If there is additional information you wish to acquire, you can call the court and they can answer questions related to your specific tickets and warrants. These numbers can be found on your tickets or on the Municipal Court or Justice of the Peace court websites.

We can look up your warrant for you, contact San Antonio Traffic Ticket Fighters at the Law Offices of Ronald A. Ramos. We offer free consultations on all traffic ticket and criminal matters.

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