The Statute of Limitations does not apply to traffic tickets. You have received appropriate notice of the violation and decided not to fight it. The money is a valid debt and needs to be resolved.
An unpaid traffic ticket goes into "failure to appear" status. Normally when this happens, the court sends a notice to the DMV to suspend your driver's license and/or a warrant is issued. They only get released and are removed from your record (and replaced with the proper adjudication) when you pay them off.
Only if there was a fatality. That is not correct. In the State of Texas, County of Dallas and soon to add the County of Denton. Those two district courts will put your traffic tickets on your criminal record as Class "C" Misdemeanors. They started this a few months ago, and costing people jobs and apartments.
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