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What to Expect From The Red Oak Warrant Roundup

So what exactly can you expect from the Red Oak warrant roundup? In many jurisdictions, anyone with an outstanding warrant is first mailed a warning notice. This notice gives the opportunity to address the matter before facing arrest. Purportedly, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is held around tax time so that individuals can use their refunds to pay for court fees. Of course, it is inadvisable to admit guilt and directly contact a law enforcement agency about a charge underlying any outstanding warrant, regardless of how seemingly minor it may be, without first consulting a qualified Texas attorney. Call Jack Byno at 817-685-0912. http://www.jackbynoattorney.com/Red-Oak-Traffic-Ticket-Attorney.shtml

Public Intoxication Warrant in Red Oak

Jack Byno, public intoxication ticket defense lawyer, can help fight to keep your Red Oak public intoxication citation off your record. If a person gets arrested for public intoxication, they are given the option of bonding out of jail. If you have bonded out, you may have posted a cash bond or hired a bail bondsman. The mistake many people make is thinking that is the end of it. It is just the beginning.When you bond out you are or will be given a court date. If you then fail to appear in court on the appointed date, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Jack Byno can help you lift the warrant and appear in court on your behalf. Contact the Law office of Jack Byno at 817-685-0912. http://www.jackbynoattorney.com/Practice-Overview/Alcohol-Violations.shtml

Red Oak Traffic Ticket Attorney Knows Your Plea Options

When you receive a traffic ticket in Red Oak, Texas you have several plea options available to you to resolve your case:
Guilty: You admit that the traffic violation you committed is a violation of the law, and you have no defense or legal excuse.
No Contest: You do not contest the charge against you, nor admit that you are guilty. However, based on your plea, there is enough evidence for the court to find you guilty.
Not Guilty: You are informing the court that you deny guilt or that you have a defense. the State must then prove the the charges against you.
As an experienced traffic ticket attorney I can advise you of your options and together we can determine which of the above pleas will best meet your needs. Every defendant's situation is different and so are the facts surrounding each case. Contact me to discuss your traffic citation at 817-685-0912. http://www.jackbynoattorney.com/Practice-Overview/Waxahachie-Area-Tickets.shtml

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