A speeding ticket can put a real crimp in your day. Unfortunately, it can also put a crimp in your wallet. California fines and penalties for speeding tickets are significantly higher than they once were, and you may find yourself facing increased insurance costs, too. Our speeding ticket attorney can contest a speeding ticket and may be able to help you keep the ticket off your driving record and avoid those costs. Continue reading Contesting a Speeding Ticket
Failure to appear warrants are a type of arrest warrant that is issued for people who fail to appear in court at the appointed time. These warrants are issued by a judge, and they will remain in effect until the person appears in court. As a result of the failure to appear in Court, the Court will notify the DMV to place a hold on your California driver license. Within a short amount of time, the Driver will receive a notice from the DMV that the driver’s license will be suspended as of a certain date. Continue reading What are Failure to Appear Warrants and DMV Holds?
A Failure to Appear, or FTA, warrant may be issued for those who have received traffic tickets or are otherwise required to appear in court but fail to do so. FTA warrants are issued by judges and will remain in effect until the person involved or their attorney appears in court. If you have received an FTA warrant, our traffic ticket lawyer can help. Continue reading When is an FTA Warrant Issued?
If you have received a traffic ticket, you may have noticed that you have the option to either plead guilty and pay the ticket or appear in court to contest the ticket. The due date or “appear by” date is generally listed directly on the traffic ticket, and you are required to appear or take action on the ticket before that date. If you Fail to Appear or take other action, a FTA warrant may be issued for your arrest. While a FTA warrant can appear frightening or disconcerting at first glance, most of the time, they can be easily resolved with the right representation. Our traffic ticket failure to appear attorney can help. Continue reading Consequences of FTA Warrants
According to California law, if you have failed to appear in court when required or failed to comply with a court order, then a failure to appear, or FTA, warrant may be issued for you. FTA warrants can have serious consequences, including arrest. The DMV will soon suspend your driver’s license for most violations. If you have an FTA warrant, our traffic ticket lawyer can help. Continue reading How to Clear an FTA Warrant
Failure to make a court-ordered appearance can result in a judge issuing a failure to appear warrant, or FTA warrant. FTA warrants can result in arrests and even jail time, though realistically they usually lead to increased fines, penalties and fees. If you have had an FTA warrant issued for your arrest, our traffic ticket attorney can help. Continue reading How Can an Attorney Help with FTA Warrants?
Failing to appear in court when required can result in a judge issuing a failure to appear, or FTA, warrant for your arrest. According to the California penal code, once an FTA warrant has been issued for your arrest, you may be facing additional civil assessment fees, a suspended license and jail time. If you have had an FTA warrant issued for your arrest, our traffic ticket attorney can help. Continue reading Do FTA Warrants Appears on Your Record?
Did you recently receive a traffic ticket? Traffic tickets are a common but often annoying part of life, which may be one of the reasons why it is so easy for them to get shuffled in with other papers and forgotten. Forgetting or ignoring a traffic ticket can result in serious legal issues, however. If you fail to show up for your court date and do not pay the ticket, a judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest. If you have received a bench warrant or know that you have unpaid traffic tickets, our traffic ticket attorney can help. Continue reading When is a Bench Warrant Issued?
Traffic tickets are common and may be issued for any traffic infraction. Speeding, running red lights and texting while driving are common offenses that can result in a traffic ticket. Unfortunately, tickets are so common that they can be easy to set aside and overlooked. If you have received a traffic ticket and have failed to pay it or appear in court, our traffic ticket lawyer can help. Continue reading What are Bench Warrants?
Bench warrants are commonly issued for people who have received traffic tickets, but who failed to pay them or appear in court. If you have received a traffic ticket, a court date will be listed on it, and if you miss that court date or fail to take action on the ticket prior to that listed date, a judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest, in some circumstances. This can be an unnerving situation for most people, and you do not want to spend the next weeks or months looking over your shoulder. Our traffic ticket attorney can help. Continue reading How are Bench Warrants Cleared?