BLWLEGAL GROUP | Attorney Bridgette L. Williams

1111 W Mockingbird Lane, Suite 730, Dallas, TX 75247 | Ph: 469-340-1800 | Fax: 469-533-1992 | Email: bwilliams@blwlegal.com

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Free Consultation | Jail Release | Flat fee | Warrant Removal | Clean Your Driving Record

Traffic ticket defense started at $75 per ticket

We handle traffic ticket and traffic ticket warrant cases in most cities throughout the state of Texas. Our prices for traffic ticket cases and traffic ticket warrant removal are flat fees starting at $75.00 per ticket. Don't risk going to jail for outstanding ticket violations.

 

Call 469-340-1800 immediately to get your traffic ticket warrant removed and to get the best traffic ticket defense. 

BLWLEGAL CAN REMOVE TRAFFIC WARRANTS & WORK TO GET YOU OUT OF JAIL FOR TRAFFIC TICKET WARRANTS

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At BLWLEGAL Group, we can bond you or your loved one out of jail if being held on a traffic ticket warrant or a class C warrant. 

Generally, a bailbond company will hire an attorney to bail a person out on a traffic ticket. These attorneys may or may not represent you in court. 

At BLWLEGAL GROUP, the fee paid covers jail release for traffic ticket warrants, warrant removal for traffic tickets and court representation

No office visit is required to get started. 

You can call BLWLEGAL GROUP at 

469-340-1800

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After you sign up for TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE and/or WARRANT REMOVAL with BLWLEGAL GROUP, we get straight to work. 

Warrants are removed quickly and the tickets are set for a court date. Generally, you do not have to go to court unless the attorney tells you.

At the court setting, BLWLEGAL GROUP first looks for every way to get your traffic ticket dismissed.

 

However, if that does not happen, we work to reduce your fine and work to make sure the ticket does not go on your driving record. 

Why was an arrest warrant issued?

When a person gets a ticket in the state of Texas, the person signs the ticket as a promise to appear in court on or before the appearance date. The signature is not a plea of guilty. If the person does not appear in court on or before the court date, an arrest warrant can be issued for the person's arrest. 

In addition to an arrest warrant being issued, the state of Texas can suspend the person's driver's license with various holds and can also place a hold on the person's vehicle registration through a program called the Scofflaw Program. 

If this has happened to you or someone you know, BLWLEGAL GROUP has helped several clients remove Traffic Ticket warrants and get their license back! You can get started right now! 

Call 469-340-1800 immediately to get your traffic ticket warrant removed and to get the best traffic ticket defense.