As discussed in previous blogs, there are two types of warrants: alias and capias. This time around, we’ll focus on one of those two specifically. Capias warrants are the warrants you aren’t used to hearing about, but they can be even more serious than an alias warrant.
Well, it’s nearing spring time in Texas, and we all know what that means. The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is back with a vengeance. So, what does this mean for you? What steps should you be taking to prepare? Your questions will soon be answered.
There are thousands of defense attorneys in North Texas alone. The market is absolutely saturated with lawyers of varying experience, acclaim, and talent. When we need work done on our car, or we are looking for a new doctor for our family, we read blogs and reviews and spend a tremendous amount of time making the most educated decision we possibly can.
When you don’t respond to or show up to court for a traffic ticket in Texas, a warrant can be issued for your arrest. These may be one of two kinds: either an alias warrant or a capias warrant.
In the city of Dallas, you have a 21-day period in which to respond to your traffic ticket or citation, otherwise, warrants will be issued for your arrest.