The 2013 San Antonio Warrant Roundup was announced today by the City of San Antonio Municipal Court and the San Antonio City Marshall’s Office. For the 7th year in a row, over 300 law enforcement agencies across the state of Texas will pool their resources to track down and arrest individuals with outstanding warrants for traffic tickets and other Class C misdemeanors. If you have an outstanding warrant you have until March 1st to take care of it before arrests starting being made; HOWEVER, if you have a traffic ticket warrant you may NOT want to pay the San Antonio Municipal Court directly.
San Antonio Warrant Roundup – Grace Period
From now until March 1, 2013, individuals with outstanding traffic ticket and Class C misdemeanors in San Antonio and the surrounding Bexar County area have time to deal directly with the San Antonio Municipal Court without having to worry about being arrested. Individuals will have several choices to pay their outstanding ticket warrants:
1) You can log onto the San Antonio Municipal Court website and pay online.
2) You can appear at the San Antonio Municipal Court and pay your fine directly at the court located at 401 S. Frio, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
3) You can pay at one of the two San Antonio community link centers.
San Antonio Warrant Roundup – Arrest Period
Once the grade period has expired, local law enforcement officials from the San Antonio Police Department and the City Marshall’s Office will being “rounding up” individuals in San Antonio who have outstanding warrants for traffic tickets or Class C misdemeanors. This year, law enforcement hopes to close over 250,000 outstanding warrants during the San Antonio Warrant Roundup.
San Antonio Warrant Roundup – DON’T JUST PAY!
Like I said, if you have an outstanding warrant you have until March 1st to take care of it before arrests starting being made; HOWEVER, if you have a traffic ticket warrant you may NOT want to just pay the San Antonio Municipal Court directly. If you do pay your traffic ticket directly to the court, the charge will go down as a CONVICTION on your permanent driving record. Points may be added to your driving record and your auto insurance premiums may go up!
By paying one of our experienced traffic ticket lawyers, you can usually save money and keep the traffic tickets off your permanent driving record. This is true even if you have a warrant out for your arrest. Do yourself a favor and let us handle the headache of resolving a traffic ticket warrant for you. Call our ticket lawyers today at 210-745-2825.