SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
In Arlington, Texas, and in towns all across the greater Tarrant County region, drivers who are found to be committing a traffic offense, whether on purpose or accidentally, may be pulled over and written a traffic ticket by police. You may be written a traffic violation for a number of possible reasons, including for speeding, driving through a stop sign, running a red light, or coming to a stop over a pedestrian crosswalk. As a licensed Texas driver, it is your right to refuse to plead guilty to your violation, and instead take action to challenge it in court. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have been helping motorists dispute Arlington traffic tickets for over 20 years. Even if you drive with a commercial driver's license, we may be retained to help you dispute your citation as well, in an effort to protect your driving record from points. For additional information on the legal services provided by Jack Byno & Associates, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Has police radar caught you driving over the speed limit in the City of Arlington, Texas? If so, and if your speeding ticket has you feeling worried about how you should respond to it, you may benefit from professional counsel from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to provide you with the information, tools and resources you need to make an informed decision concerning the course of action you should take. If you do decide to challenge your Arlington speeding ticket in an effort to protect your driving record, our law firm may be retained to either plead your case for the best possible deal (such as probation, driving safety courses, or reduced fines), or to fight your violation at trial.
On a regular basis, the Arlington Municipal Court issues arrest warrants for drivers, both CDL and Class C, who have not taken responsibility for their traffic tickets and allowed them to become outstanding. In the case that you have neglected or forgotten about a speeding ticket or other moving violation you have previously been written in Arlington, and the Municipal Court has issued a warrant for your arrest, your case is now more serious than it was before. Fortunately, if a traffic warrant is out for you, you may be assisted by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Our law firm has, for more than 20 years, posted bonds for eligible motorists and ensured that their traffic warrants are lifted. In the case that our law firm is successful in its attempts to lift your warrant, you will then be safe from arrest during the Arlington Warrant Roundup. The Arlington Warrant Roundup is an extension of the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup, an event during which police step up their search for drivers with pending traffic warrants.
If you hold a commercial driver's license, you must be extra careful to abide by traffic law while behind the wheel, as you may be pulled over and written a traffic ticket by law enforcement in Arlington, just like a Class C driver may be. But in contrast to a Class C driver, if you hold a CDL and rely on it for work purposes, a traffic ticket can be a much more serious matter for you to consider. Because pleading guilty to your offense will leave points on your driving record, and could potentially jeopardize your means of living, it may be wise of you to instead take action to protect your livelihood by disputing your Arlington CDL or trucking violation in court. Keep in mind that Jack Byno & Associates may be hired to dispute your CDL violation in court on your behalf, so that you may focus on work instead of court room proceedings.
You may be up against driver's license suspension for several possible reasons. These reasons can include habitual Arlington traffic violations on your driving record, a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction on your driving record, a failed medical exam and even unpaid surcharges that you owe to the State. The Department of Public Safety will inform you in advance if your driver's has been scheduled for suspension, via a mailed Notice of Suspension. Once you have been mailed this notice, you will have 20 days to request an Arlington DL suspension hearing with DPS, which will take place in the Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Court if granted to you. During this hearing, you will be given the opportunity to challenge your violation, and you have hired our law firm to represent you, we will do the same therein.
Is is too late for Jack Byno & Associates to challenge the suspension of your driver's license, as your DL has already been suspended by DPS? This may be the case if you have already lost a hearing granted to you, or if you did not request one with DPS in the first place. In any case, trying to make it by on a day-to-day basis without your driver's license may be difficult, and the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno understands this. Therefore, we may be retained to apply for, on your behalf, a temporary DL referred to as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). If you are granted an ODL for the duration of your Arlington DL suspension, you may use it to drive yourself to school functions, your place of employment, and other venues essential to your daily life.
Do you have questions concerning a traffic violation you have been written in the City of Arlington, and in particular pertaining to the possible disputation of it? Then do not waste another second; get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno today. Our legal team is prepared to answer any inquiries you may have and is standing by right now to take your call. Let us further explain to you Arlington speeding tickets and moving violations, CDL and trucking violations, DL suspension, and traffic warrants issued by the Arlington Municipal Court. For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call us at 817-685-0912.