traffic ticket attorney, warrant lawyer


- Do you know how to have a traffic offense dismissed or keep it off your driving record?

- Have you missed your appearance date?

- Are you concerned that the traffic ticket you forgot to pay is now in warrant status?

- Do you have the time to take care of your traffic issues?

- Would you like to have an attorney who specializes in traffic issues resolve your traffic problems for you?

Then look no further. The law firm of Anderson & Anderson, LLP is here to save you time and money.

Attorney brothers Brooks and Bradley Anderson formed Anderson & Anderson, LLP in October of 2002. We have defended thousands of tickets with many of them being dismissed and the vast majority of them being kept off driving records.

Defending traffic tickets is a large part of our practice; however, we do offer other legal services. Please browse our website for further information.

We are located on Lower Greenville Avenue, between The Dubliner and The Grape and across the street from The Blue Goose and The Hurricane Grill, in the most charming law office in Dallas. ( map it )


Traffic Ticket Defense
Let us help you with your ticket and warrant issues in both the city (municipal) and county (justice of the peace) courts. We handle traffic ticket issues in the following cities: Addison, Allen, Arlington, Balch Springs, Bedford, Carrollton, Coppell, Dallas, DeSoto, Euless, Fairview, Farmers Branch, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Hurst, Irving, Lewisville, Mesquite, McKinney, Murphy, Palmer, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Southlake, Sunnyvale, Wilmer and Wylie and in the following counties: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall and Tarrant. If you don't see your city or county, please call us.

On September 1, 2003, the Texas Legislature enacted The Driver Responsibility Law. (click here to read) This law substantially increased the penalties for traffic tickets. Due to the possibility of fines, court costs, increased insurance premiums, and a driver license suspension, it can be very time consuming and expensive to resolve traffic issues. Our job, however, is to try to relieve you of this burden and save you time and money.

City of Dallas Traffic Tickets
City of Dallas traffic tickets, which are issued by City of Dallas Police Officers, are handled in the City of Dallas Municipal Court. Dallas County traffic tickets, which are issued by Dallas County Constables or Sheriffs, are handled in the Dallas County Justice of the Peace Courts.

After receiving a Dallas traffic ticket in the City of Dallas, you have twenty-one days to pay your ticket or appear in court and enter a plea. In other jurisdictions / municipalities, the appearance date varies. If you do not make an appearance, a Dallas warrant will be issued for your arrest and your fine will increase. In addition, the Court may issue an additional offense known as a Failure to Appear.

The only way to dispose of this warrant is to post a cash bond for the fines owed or hire an Dallas ticket attorney who can post a bond on your behalf so you do not have to come up with the money for the outstanding fine. In most instances, hiring an experienced Dallas traffic ticket attorney is less expensive than paying the fines. Simply paying the fine would result in a conviction on your record.
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Driver License Suspension Hearing (DLSH)

If you have received a notice from the Texas Department that your license will be suspended, we can help you contest this suspension by requesting a DRIVER LICENSE SUSPENSION HEARING (DLSH). Please note that you only have 20 days from the date of the notice (not the postmark date) to request a DRIVER LICENSE SUSPENSION HEARING (DLSH). If you do not meet this time requirement, you DRIVER’S LICENSE will definitely be suspended. DPS is very strict with this time constraint.

This notice means that you have accrued too many traffic ticket / traffic citation convictions on your driving record, i.e., traffic ticket convictions for moving violations, no insurance, no driver’s license or driving on a public roadway while your driver’s license was suspended, invalid or revoked.

Driving with a suspended license is a misdemeanor that can lead to costly fines, longer suspension periods, and even jail time. The police could have your car towed in which case you would be responsible for the towing and storage fees for your vehicle.
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July 1, 2017
"I had some bad tickets and warrant. This firm got them ALL off! Will hire again if needed."

January 28, 2009
"Please tell Mr. Anderson that I really appreciate the help your office has provided - especially given the fact that I was unable to appear in court as originally agreed upon. I will recommend your office to anyone in need of the services you provide."
"I will recommend your office to anyone in need of the services you provide."

August 28, 2008
"It is so easy to complain and criticize when things don't move along at the pace that's expected. It should be equally easy to respond with gratitude when people (Anderson & Anderson, LLP) go out of their way to comply with client needs. I thank you for the great job you are doing on my behalf."
"I thank you for the great job you are doing on my behalf."

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