The annual Houston Warrant Roundup is fast approaching. The City of Houston Police
Department is among the more than 260 law enforcement jurisdictions across the state
of Texas to annually participate in the 2018 Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Constables
in Houston and Harris County are set to join other law enforcement personnel across
the state in an effort to clear the thousands of active traffic warrants currently
pending. While the actual date has not yet been announced, the Roundup generally
begins during the last week of February and continues for several weeks.
This is not an amnesty program, rather an opportunity for those with outstanding
traffic warrants to take advantage of the available options to settle those warrants.
During this time period thousands of notices will be mailed to persons who currently
have an active Houston or Harris County warrant against them. The primary focus
of these warrants is Class C traffic violations as well as other minor penal code
or ordinance violations. Historically the first phase of the Roundup consists of
a grace period during which those with outstanding warrants are encouraged to resolve
their issues without the threat of arrest. The second phase is the enforcement phase
during which those who have neglected their traffic warrants may literally be rounded
up—at home, work, or anywhere within the greater Houston area—and brought
to court to address their outstanding warrants.
The law firm of Sullo & Sullo, LLP can assist individuals with traffic warrants
by posting bonds to eliminate the threat of arrest, setting a new date in court,
and defending you against the violations with which you have been charged.
Time is short, so contact The Houston Warrant Roundup Lawyers at Sullo & Sullo, LLP today for a traffic warrant issued
by any of the following courts: Houston Municipal Court, HCJP 1-1, HCJP 1-2, HCJP
3-1, HCJP 4-1, HCJP 4-2, HCJP 5-1, HCJP 5-2, HCJP 7-2, HCJP 8-1, HCJP 8-2, Jersey
Village Municipal Court, Sugarland Municipal Court, Stafford Municipal Court, Missouri
City Municipal Court, Pasadena Municipal Court, City of South Houston Municipal
Court and Baytown Municipal Court.
Breaking News: The 2018 Houston Warrant Roundup
Once again it is time for the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, held every year across the state with over 260 jurisdictions joining in the effort to settle outstanding warrants—primarily those issued as a result of unpaid traffic tickets. While officials in the greater Houston area encourage those with outstanding warrants to come forward—theoretically with no repercussions...