If you failed to take your Fort Worth traffic violation seriously, there may now be a traffic warrant issued in your name.
Fort Worth Speeding Ticket Attorney
Few sights are as disheartening as driving in Fort Worth, Texas and then you see red and blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror. Unfortunately, every day more than 100,000 Americans must endure the sinking feeling that accompanies getting pulled over for speeding. In most cases, a speeding ticket lawyer can keep the speeding ticket from being reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety, thus protecting your driving record and saving you an increase in your insurance rates. Call Jack Byno for help with your speeding ticket at 817-685-0912.
Penalties for Non-Payment of Fort Worth Traffic Tickets
Even a single unpaid Fort Worth traffic ticket could potentially result in a bench warrant for your arrest, accrual of interest on your fine, additional court or filing fees, a blemish on your driving record (for traffic-related citations), you being prohibited from renewing your driver's license or vehicle registration, and/or intervention of a collection agency (and the often-harassing ways in which they attempt to recover past due amounts). Let the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates help you today by calling 817-685-0912.
Fort Worth Area Attorney Can Help You Fight Unpaid Toll Violations
So let's say you've missed a few tolls in Fort Worth or some where else, and neglected to pay them. Not such a big deal, right? Well, you actually may be in more trouble than you think. Imagine you owed a paltry $5 in tolls. If you forget to pay within a 30 day window, you'll be assessed a $2.50 late fee, and given another 15 days to pay. After a late notice, you'll receive a violation invoice with a further $8.25 administrative fee per toll. This is followed by collection service, which includes a $25 administrative fee per toll. Next comes Department of public Safety (DPS) citations (another $25 per toll administrative fee) and justice of the peace courts (again, a further $25 administrative fee, this time along with civil penalties and court costs). All figured, missing a $5 toll and forgetting to pay for six months can cost you well over $250. The worst part is that you may find yourself with a warrant for your arrest. Call Jack Byno & Associates for more information at 817-685-0912.
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