Appearance on Traffic Warrant
What happens if I don’t show up to my court date after I am cited for a traffic infraction or misdemeanor?
Failing to pay the ticket or go to court by the due date can result in the court issuing a bench warrant for your arrest. Additionally, the court may impose a “Failure to Appear” charge pursuant to California Vehicle Code 40905. This is an additional misdemeanor offense on top of the underlying ticket violation. The court will general add a $300 civil assessment to the base fine of the ticket when there is a failure to appear. The court may continue adding additional civil assessment and will eventually order a driver’s license hold at the DMV and suspend the person’s driver’s license.
We can clear the Traffic Warrant and all license holds immediately.
You don’t have time to wait to get arrested. Waiting could result in additional fines, penalties, the loss of your driver’s license, and jail. We can appear in court (usually next business day) and clear the Traffic Warrant.
We can get the civil assessment dropped or reduced.
We argue at failure to appear/civil assessment hearings almost daily. If you have a good excuse for missing your court date (or sometimes even without an excuse) we can argue that the civil assessment be deleted or reduced. Don’t hesitate, call the best traffic ticket law firm in California.
If you are charged with a Traffic Misdemeanor or DUI, hire California’s best traffic law firm. We can help you get a great result on your case. To learn more about our procedures and how we can represent you, call the California Ticket King, PC at 877-985-0002 or email our attorneys at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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