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Bench warrants in Texas
If you have little knowledge about the traffic rules and regulations in Texas, you must be aware of the fact that failure in appearing at court for a hearing is considered to be a crime. It can not only result in the issue of a bench warrant against you but also, in a separate criminal charge in your name.
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In case you get arrested in Texas, you can get away from the jail until the trial on the basis of a promise that you will be appearing for all the court dates including hearings, trials and sentences. If you fail to do so, the judge has the authority to charge you with a crime called ‘bail jumping’ or ‘failure to appear’. Once a bench warrant has been issued on your name, the police can arrest you and bring you to the court. On such instances, you will not only have to appear in front of the judge, but also you may have to face a new criminal case.
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