What is a Traffic Ticket Warrant Lawyer In Colorado?
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When there is a warrant for your arrest, that means (at minimum) you have been accused of a crime, the court has ordered that you be arrested by the police and brought to court to answer for the charges against you. A Traffic Ticket Warrant Lawyer In Colorado is a lawyer in Colorado that can help you determine whether you have a warrant for your arrest and what the best methods are for resolving your case without a trip to the local jail.
Why Would I Have a Warrant for My Arrest in Colorado?
- You were summoned to court and you failed to appear in court
- You were given a traffic ticket and forgot about it
- You went to court but did not appear at all the court dates
- You are accused of a crime and the authorities are looking for you
Do I Have a Traffic Ticket Warrant In Colorado?
If you are reading this, it is probably because you suspect that you may have an arrest warrant in Colorado. There are several ways which a person can research whether there is a warrant for their arrest:
- Contact an attorney to research your case (recommended)
- Call the local authorities and ask them to run your name
- Call the court and ask them if there is a warrant for your arrest
- Try online services
What If I Do Nothing About My Traffic Ticket Warrant In Colorado?
I frequently hear this question from potential clients who are out of state; but regardless of whether you are a Colorado resident or resident of another state -the same answer applies. First, after you FTA (Fail to Appear in Court) for your traffic ticket, the Court issues a warrant for your arrest. Second, the Court sends a notice to the Colorado Department of Revenue – Division of Motor Vehicles. This notice is called an Outstanding Judgment Warrant (OJW) which results in your license suspended in Colorado or your home state.
Regardless of who you are this causes a major problem for you because most people use a car for transportation and can not legally do so since their license is suspended. If you drive with a suspended or revoked license, you will likely be charged with driving under suspension or driving under revocation which could lead to jail time, fines, and possible the further suspension of the person’s driver’s license for an additional year.
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Why Should I Hire an Attorney To Help Research Whether I Have a Traffic Ticket Warrant In Colorado?
Remember that if you have a warrant for your arrest, the authorities are looking for you and as soon as you come into to contact with the authorities you will most likely be arrested and taken to jail. It’s a good idea to consult with a Traffic Ticket Warrant Lawyer In Colorado because we usually have the best resources available to conduct a state wide search for your case and have experience resolving issues like yours.
I Have a Traffic Ticket Warrant - What Can a Traffic Ticket Warrant Lawyer In Colorado Do to Help Me?
A Traffic Ticket Warrant Lawyer In Colorado can help you clear up your warrant in Colorado without going to jail by filing a Motion to Quash the Warrant. If the warrant is quashed, the warrant is vacated and the court issues a new court date. You may or may not be required to appear in court -it depends on the case. Many traffic cases may be resolved upon the appearance of an attorney with or without appearance by the defendant. Either way, once the warrant is quashed, the driver can pay the OJW fee and immediately start the process of reinstating his/her drivers license.
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Ike Lucero, Jr, P.C. is based in Lakewood, Colorado, and represent clients in Adams County, Alamosa County, Arapahoe County, Bent County, Baca County, Archuleta County, Cheyenne County, Chaffee County, Conejos County,Dolores County, Eagle County, Freemont County, Elbert County, Garfield County, Grand County, Gilpin County, Jackson County, Huerfano County, Hinsdale County, Gunnison County, La Plata County, Kit Carson County, Kiowa County, Lake County, Lincoln County, Las Animas County, Logan County, Moffat County, Mineral County, Mesa County, Morgan Count, Montrose County, Park County, Ouray County, Otero County, Prowers County, Pitkin County, Phillips County, Rio Blanco County, Pueblo County, Saguache County, Routte County San Miguel County, Summit County, Sedwick County, Teller County, Yuma County, Jefferson County, Larimer County, Weld County, Boulder County, El Paso County, Washington County, Clear Creek County, Alamosa County, Broomfield County, Costilla County, Denver County, and Delta County. Additionally, Ike Lucero, Jr., P.C. regularly represents clients in municipal court in cities of Aurora, Boulder Fort Collins, Greeley, Golden, Brighton, Cherry Creek, Cherry Hills Village, Lakewood, Arvada, Longmont, Littleton, Westminster, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Parker, Highlands Ranch, Wheatridge, Georgetown, Thornton, Northgleen, Greenwood Village, Centennial, and various other municipalities.