Arkansas Traffic Warrant Attorneys

Officer with handcuffsYou signed your traffic ticket when it was issued to you by the police officer. By signing the ticket you acknowledged that you would appear in court by a certain day and time. Often, however, people fail to appear at their court date and a citation is issued for their arrest. To put it simply, you may be arrested for a traffic warrant that you do not even realize exists. If you have missed the court date for your Arkansas traffic ticket then you should contact our Little Rock lawyers today.

Handling traffic warrants for Arkansas residents

It is understandable that one may forget a traffic violation. You may have lost the ticket, gotten confused about the date, or been unable to attend court because of an emergency or scheduling conflict. A traffic warrant, however, can have a serious impact. It will often result in suspension of your drivers’ license, it will prevent you from being able to board an airplane, and can result in your arrest if you are pulled over for a minor traffic infraction. Hiring an attorney can allow you to have the warrant quashed and to have the underlying ticket, for which you were cited in the first place, resolved at the same time.

The traffic warrant attorneys at the Law Office of Patrick Benca can resolve your Arkansas traffic warrant so that you can go on with your life while dealing with as little inconvenience as possible. Once retained we will file a Motion to quash your warrant in the applicable court and will also work to resolve your underlying ticket with effort to ensure that you do not get points against your license. We are typically able to resolve warrants quickly so you can rest assured that you will not be arrested if pulled over, that you will be able to travel without worry, etc. Contact our Little Rock office online or by telephone today.

We also handle matters in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff and throughout the rest of Arkansas.

Lawyers assisting out of state visitors with their Arkansas traffic warrants

It is easy to forget a traffic ticket you obtained while of state. You may have been on vacation. You may also have been visiting a relative or friend. It is not uncommon for people to be cited for a traffic violation while visiting Arkansas and have the ticket later go into warrant. These same people are surprised to learn that their home state drivers’ license can actually be suspended due to the warrant. If you received a ticket while visiting Arkansas and require an attorney to put you back in good graces with the DMV then contact our Little Rock lawyers by telephone today. We are typically to resolve your warrant and ticket without you having to return to the state.