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I'm sorry to hear you're having difficulty with these old tickets, and maybe I can provide some info. The warrant doesn't expire, per se, but you probably received a conviction on the tickets, and perhaps a failure to appear (although you probably would've been picked up on that if so). You may have received a license suspension from DPS as a result, in which case you should be careful not to get a driving while license suspended/invalid. Call DPS or go online and check your status. Call the Sheriff in the county of the tickets and check on the warrant. If you have any problems, call me.
Answer Applies to: Texas