I have some traffic ticket warrants from 2004 and I need to get a state issued ID. I know I need to take care of my warrants and I am working on that, but can I go into the DPS office to get an ID without getting arrested?
DUI / DWI Attorney
You will almost certainly be arrested. Hire a ticket attorney to post bonds on the warrants and handle your cases. This is probably cheaper than you think and will save you money in the long run.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
You will likely be arrested if you go into a DPS office with warrants they are aware of. The best way to check if DPS has notice is to go to their website where courts report delinquent citations: http://www.texasfailuretoappear.com/search.php Be aware that sometimes the data online is inaccurate or behind schedule. Consult an attorney to get your issues cleared up.