Do you have questions regarding a traffic ticket that you have been issued in Alvord? Then the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has the answers you are looking for. We have been defending Class C drivers and CDL holders in court for more than 20 years, and know what it takes to help our clients protect their driving records from points otherwise added. We may be able to help you defend your record as well, should you decide against pleading guilty to your violation. To learn more about your Alvord traffic ticket, or how our attorneys may be able to help you deal with speeding tickets, CDL violations, traffic warrants, or driver's license suspension, please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give our law office a call at 817-685-0912.
Let's assume that it is too late for you to hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you challenge your driver's license suspension in the Justice Court. This may be the case if you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted, or were simply not granted a hearing in the first place. If your driver's license is now suspended, and you are struggling to get to work, school, and other locations essential to your daily life, you may benefit from a temporary DL referred to as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). Our law firm may be retained to apply you for an ODL, which, if granted to you, would allow you legal access to the roads until your regular license is no longer suspended. Bear in mind that your ODL may come with strict driving stipulations. While common ODL driving restrictions include where and when you may drive, failure to abide by them can result in a Driving While License Invalid (DWLI) charge.
If you do hire Jack Byno & Associates to lift your warrant, and we are able to do so successfully, you will no longer have to concern yourself with the possibility of arrest. This may be a relief for you, especially once Warrant Roundup season begins. Warrant Roundup season, also known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, takes place all across the State on an annual basis and sees police making an especial effort to find and arrest drivers with pending traffic warrants. Motorists who are issued warrants in Alvord, but who do not make an effort to get their warrants lifted, may very well find themselves arrested during this annual event. Protect yourself from arrest during Warrant Roundup season; see if Jack Byno & Associates can't get your warrant lifted.
The Alvord Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest should you fail to respond to a traffic ticket issued to you in the city, even to the point that it becomes outstanding. Have you neither pleaded guilty to your Alvord traffic violation, nor taken the necessary legal steps to challenge it in court? Then do not be surprised if a traffic warrant is issued for you by the court. Because your imminent arrest is unfortunately a possibility for as long as your warrant remains out for you, you may now be considering getting your warrant lifted. If you are looking to get your Alvord traffic warrant lifted in an effort to protect yourself from arrest, but are not sure how to go about doing so, look no further than the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We know what it takes to get arrest warrants lifted and bonds posted on behalf of eligible clients in Wise County, and may be hired to provide you with the same service.
SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Driver's license suspension is a serious penalty that is often the consequence of grave traffic offenses, such as drunk driving, committed in the City of Alvord. Have you been mailed a Notice of Suspension by the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS)? Be advised that while this notice pertains to the imminent suspension of your driver's license, it does not necessarily mean that your license has already been suspended. Rather, it will inform you that your DL will be suspended, and within 20 calendar days, unless you request and are granted a DL suspension hearing. If Texas DPS grants you such a hearing, also consider hiring Jack Byno & Associates to provide you with legal representation in the Wise County Justice of the Peace Court (where your hearing will be held). In the past, we have been able to successfully help drivers just like you get their looming Alvord DL suspensions overruled in the JP Court, and may be able to do the same for you.
Individuals who hold commercial driver's licenses, including interstate truckers, school bus drivers, and emergency vehicle operators, make it a point to obey traffic law at all times while behind the wheel and on the job. Not only for their safety and for the safety of other motorists around them, but for the security of their careers. Maybe you have been issued a speeding ticket or other moving violation while on duty in Alvord, Texas. If you are worried about your CDL or trucking violation ending up as points on your clean driving record, and by extension threatening your job security, why not exercise your right to challenge your ticket in court? If you are considering doing so, but believe that your case would benefit from professional representation, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since our establishment in 1994, our law firm has been helping CDL holders defend against trucking violations issued to them in towns all across DFW metroplex, including in Alvord. Although commercial drivers are not eligible for probation and certain other plea agreements, our attorneys are experienced and may still be able to negotiate a favorable deal on your behalf in court, in lieu of points added to your record.
A traffic violation written frequently by law enforcement in Alvord, Texas, the speeding ticket is dealt with frequently by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. If you have a penchant for driving too fast while behind the wheel, and are caught doing so in Alvord, chances are high that you will be pulled over and issued a speeding ticket for your offense. Your speeding violation may appear undemanding of your immediate attention at first glance, but it is just as important as any other violation you may be issued, and should be responded to by the date it is due. If you have decided against pleading guilty to your speeding ticket, but are not sure that you would be able to challenge it successfully on your own in court, remember that Jack Byno & Associates may be hired to help you with this endeavor. If you neither challenge your speeding ticket nor plead guilty to it, and instead allow it to go past due, the Alvord Municipal Court will take legal action against you.
A traffic ticket law firm that has been in practice in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex for over 20 years, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is relied upon by Class C and CDL drivers alike looking to challenge violations issued to them. Perhaps you were recently pulled over by a police officer in the City of Alvord, Texas, and issued a traffic ticket for speeding, disregarding a traffic control device, driving with defective auto equipment, or failing to yield right of way. No matter why you were issued your traffic violation, you have an important decision to make when it comes to responding to your offense. You must decide whether it would be in your better interest to challenge your ticket, in an effort to protect your driving record from points, or to plead guilty to it and allow points to blemish your record. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation, or are hoping to defend your clean record from points if at all possible, why not consider challenging your Alvord traffic ticket in a court of law? Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you do this, perhaps by seeking your reduced fines, State-approved defensive driving courses, or deferred adjudication (probation) as an alternative to points added to your record. In the case that you believe that your citation was issued to you under questionable circumstances, and is therefore debatable in court, we may also be hired to help you fight your violation at trial. For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.