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210-745-2825 | Great Texas Warrant Roundup Lawyer
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Let The Coquat Law Firm find the right solutions for your outstanding warrants.


A Texas Department of Public Safety program that has gained national notoriety over the past six years as a statewide warrant enforcement effort.  Every year, more than 240 law enforcement agencies and departments across Texas come together to find and arrest those people who have active warrants as a result of not paying or settling their past due traffic tickets with the court. Skilled and experienced traffic ticket lawyers can help resolve your warrants.


The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is specifically intended for those with outstanding traffic tickets; however, anyone with outstanding warrants—including for class C misdemeanors, parking tickets, city ordinance violations, other misdemeanors and felony cases—are at risk for immediate arrest. Law enforcement officials may come to your home, school or office and will arrest you on the spot if you have an outstanding warrant.


Even if your traffic ticket has turned into a warrant, our traffic ticket lawyers can help get your warrant dismissed and keep the ticket off your permanent driving record.  Our firm resolves over a thousand ticket citations each year and resolved hundreds of outstanding traffic ticket citations during the 2012, 2013, and 2014 Warrant Roundups.  Call 210-745-2825.

Warrant Roundup Phases
 WARRANT ROUNDUP PHASE 1 – Just before The Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins, the State of Texas mails out thousands of notices statewide to people with active warrants.  The letters warn that local law enforcement agencies are participating in the warrant roundup and provide information about how to contact their respective traffic ticket courts to pay outstanding ticket fines and warrants.  Before the program officially starts, many of the ticket courts offer a two-week “grace period” so people can come down to the traffic ticket court and resolve their outstanding traffic ticket warrants. This is normally called “Phase 1” of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup.
WARRANT ROUNDUP PHASE 2 – After the grace period is over, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup officially begins and goes into “Phase 2”.  In the second phase – which often lasts for several weeks – those who have outstanding warrants are eligible for immediate arrest on the spot. If arrested, they will be brought to court to answer for their warrants before a judge.


While there is no official word, we have it on good authority the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup is already underway.  There is no official list available for The Great Texas Warrant Roundup at this time but cities such as Austin, San Marcos, San Antonio and Corpus Christi are on board for 2014. A full list of those signed up to participate in the 2013 Great Texas Warrant Roundup can be found here.  If you have any cases for which an outstanding warrant has been issued, you are at risk for be arrested on the spot.

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You have options during this time. While paying the ticket can get rid of the warrant, it can also mean your ticket gets reported to DPS and can go on your permanent driving record. Having a conviction on your driving record can cause your insurance premiums to skyrocket and can also result in points or a surcharge on your license. If you already have convictions or points on your license, it can mean that your license will be taken away—as well as your right to drive in Texas. You can read more about what your options are, including about hiring an experienced traffic ticket attorney to take a look at your case, by clicking here.

The Coquat Law Firm has a traffic ticket attorney ready to help.  Whether you are in San Antonio, Austin, San Marcos or Corpus Christi, if you have any outstanding warrants, the time to take care of them is NOW. If you are unsure if you have an active warrant, you should call us today.  If you know you have an outstanding warrant, don’t just pay it, call one of our ticket lawyers to help ensure you get the best deal and keep your permanent record clean.

The Coquat Law Firm
Justin A. Coquat
 JUSTIN A. COQUAT is a traffic ticket lawyer and founder of The Coquat Law Firm based in San Antonio, Texas.  He has taken traffic tickets to court and resolved thousands of traffic tickets in almost a decade of practicing law.  Mr. Coquat’s experience with the Austin traffic ticket court system means he often finds himself traveling between San Antonio and Austin to resolve tickets, speeding tickets, outstanding ticket warrants and other Class C misdemeanors for his clients.