In Texas! Can you imagine? In October, 2013, I was a passenger in my son's car when we were pulled over by a sheriff's deputy in the county north of our county of residence, for a "temporary tag that was flapping", preventing law enforcement from reading the correct numbers, and for an inside rear-deck brakelight that was out. The center brakelight isn't even checked at state inspection station, and my son was allowed to get out and tape down the flapping tag. No ticket was issued, but the deputy said he would issue a warrant because his record showed that my son was driving with an invalid license (that DPS didn't know about, not our home county, nor his insurance company...) Last weekend he had to bail out of another county jail on what is now apparently a felony warrant. he went to the JP's office in person to inquire. They had no record. He called the county attorney for the county where the "warrant" was issued, and they had no record of it either. He then called the bail bondsman's office and spoke to them. They called him back after an hour to say that the issuing county would need 4 to 6 weeks to "put something together", and he would get a letter with a court date. I simply cannot believe what I heard today, and just what the fuck is going on here? No ticket was issued, no summons by mail, no arrests when he was id'ed by the police a few times in the two years since the original stop, and now they need time to put something together?