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Richardson Traffic Ticket Attorneys

For more than 20 years, our Richardson traffic ticket attorneys have represented clients in the Richardson Municipal Court. Did you recently get pulled over for an alleged traffic violation? Do you have an old ticket that you overlooked or forgot to handle? Do you have a warrant for your arrest in the City of Richardson?

If you can answer yes to any of these questions, contact our law firm today. The Richardson traffic ticket and warrant attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP can help guide you through the legal process.

You Have A Warrant. Now What?

If you have an unresolved traffic ticket and did not appear on your court date, you may have a warrant for your arrest. It happens. Sometimes people forget about their court date or have a scheduling conflict. The first step is to call our Richardson traffic ticket lawyers. We will contact the Court on your behalf and then properly advise you on how to proceed.

What About Your Driver’s License?

An outstanding traffic warrant can adversely affect your driver’s license and your ability to legally operate a motor vehicle. The Texas Department of Public Safety may put a hold on your license so you cannot renew your license when it expires. A Scofflaw can also be placed on your vehicle, so that your vehicle registration is denied.  The good news is that our experienced attorneys can help.

Why Should You Hire A Traffic Ticket Lawyer?

Going to Court can be stressful and time-consuming. We can alleviate the requirement that you make a personal appearance by appearing on your behalf

Furthermore, we are familiar with the Court system. We have been representing clients in the City of Richardson Municipal Court for more than 20 years.  Our goal is to help you save money and avoid a conviction on your driving record. In some cases, we can even get your case dismissed with no money due to the Court.

Contact Our Office Today

Our Richardson traffic ticket attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP can help. We have experienced Richardson traffic violation attorneys who will strive to get the best possible results.


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    If you have a traffic ticket, you may be tempted to simply pay it. Please note that in the State of Texas, simply paying a ticket is an admission of guilt. The Court will report the offense to DPS as a conviction on your driving record. This may result in increased automobile insurance premiums or possible license suspension depending on the circumstances. Below are some of the common questions about Texas traffic ticket violations.

    Yes. The Court must give the Department of Public Safety all conviction records which involve operating a motor vehicle in the State. So, most traffic violations will appear on your record, and points will be assessed.

    All traffic citations have an Appearance Date. All Courts have different time frames in which to timely respond to an alleged offense. If you miss the appearance date, a warrant may be issued for your arrest. In addition, you may also receive a subsequent offense – a Failure to Appear or a Violate Promise to Appear. Contact our law firm. ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP can help.

    No. It would seem that simply paying the fine is the right thing to do; however, in the State of Texas this will result in a conviction. Contact ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP for advice on how to proceed.

    In the interest of keeping track of driver behavior, the DPS Driver Responsibility Program assesses points for each moving violation – two points for any in-state and our-of-state conviction and three points for a conviction resulting in a crash. The points remain on your driving record for three years from the date of the conviction.  When a certain number of points are accumulated, the driver will face a driver license suspension.

    Not all traffic violations lead to points.  If you receive a ticket for travelling 10 mph or less over the posted speed limit or a seat belt violation, you will not incur any points.