In Bedford, Texas, traffic tickets are written by police on a daily basis. You may be pulled over and issued a violation in Bedford for a number of reasons, including for driving without your seat belt on, running a red light, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, and driving over the speed limit. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your violation, you must respond to it before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to your offense, or by taking action to challenge it in court. If you plead guilty to your offense, you will be obliged to pay a fine, and points will be added to your driving record. Should you instead choose to dispute your citation, there is a chance that your record may be protected from points. With the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno on your side, your chances of successfully disputing your violation in court go up. A traffic ticket law firm that has been in business in Tarrant County for more than 20 years, we have experience defending both Class C drivers and CDL holders against all forms of traffic violations issued in the greater Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex. If it is your goal to protect your driving record from points, it becomes our goal as well the second we are hired as your legal representatives. To find out more about your Bedford traffic ticket and how it may be challenged in court, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets are a common traffic violation and written every day to drivers in Bedford and surrounding areas. That being said, in some cases, the police officers who write the speeding tickets are not always right to do so. Have you been written a citation for speeding in Bedford, but believe that your violation was issued to you under questionable circumstances? Then you may have a case against you ticket. While we at Jack Byno & Associates are often retained to seek plea deals as an alternative to points otherwise added to our clients' driving records, as a result of traffic tickets issued to them, in some cases the better option is to fight our clients' violations at trial in an effort to get them completely dismissed. If we are hired to help you fight your Bedford speeding ticket at trial, be prepared to appear in the presence of a judge and to provide your side of the story concerning the day you were issued your violation.
As a licensed driver, it is your responsibility to make a timely response to a traffic ticket issued to you in the City of Bedford, lest you risk it going past due and into warrant status. Perhaps you have forgotten about your Bedford violation, and now upon discovering it again have realized that it is now overdue. If this is the situation you have found yourself in, do not be surprised if a warrant for your arrest is soon issued by the Municipal Court as a penalty. Once a traffic warrant is issued for you, your case is more serious than it was before, as your imminent arrest is a possibility for as long as your warrant remains out for you. Fortunately, there is a way that you may avoid potential arrest, and that is by getting your traffic warrant lifted. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we know what it takes to get traffic warrants lifted and bonds posted in the City of Bedford, as we have been providing this service for eligible clients for more than 20 years. If we are retained to provide you with this service, and are successful in our attempts to get your warrant lifted, you will no longer have to concern yourself with the possibility of arrest.
In the case that you do not get your traffic warrant lifted, the possibility of arrest remains a reality for you, especially following the commencement of Warrant Roundup season. Otherwise known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this annual event takes place all across the State and sees law enforcement working day and night to find and arrest drivers with pending traffic warrants. While Jack Byno & Associates may very well be retained as your attorney should you find yourself arrested during Warrant Roundup season, it would be in your better interest to contact us before your traffic warrant leads to your arrest. Save yourself from the stress of the roundup and take action today to get your warrant lifted.
Any driver caught breaking traffic law in any way in Bedford, Texas may be pulled over and issued a traffic ticket, whether that driver hold a standard, Class C license or a CDL. In the case that you do hold a CDL however, you may be more worried than the average motorist would be about how you should respond to a traffic violation issued to you. This is because your means of living as a professional motorist is dependent upon your reputation as a responsible driver, and your clean driving record. If you choose to plead guilty to your Bedford CDL or trucking violation, and points are consequently added to your driving record, your employer may consider you an irresponsible driver, and your means of living could be placed on the line. Because pleading guilty to your violation may not be the best option for you to consider, challenging your offense in court may. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have over 20 years of experience defending against CDL and trucking violations in Bedford. Although it is unfortunately true that CDL holders are not eligible for deferred probation, defensive driving courses, and certain other deals generally available to the Class C driver, we may still be able to seek you a favorable plea agreement in court in lieu of points added to your otherwise clean record.
Being convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), accumulating habitual Bedford traffic violations on your driving record, and even being deemed medically unfit to drive are all reasons the Department of Public Safety may schedule your driver's license for suspension. If your license is in danger of being suspended, DPS will inform you of this possibility in advance, via a Notice of Suspension mailed to your Bedford address. This notice will provide you with 20 calendar days to respond and request a DL suspension hearing at which to challenge the looming suspension of your driver's license. Should you be granted a hearing, and should you hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you in your attempts to get your DL suspension overruled, you can expect for us to appear in the Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Court at your scheduled court date. But let's say that it is too late for our law firm to be hired to challenge your impending DL suspension in court, simply because you have already lost a hearing that was previously granted to you. If your driver's license is now suspended and you are struggling to do without the legal means to drive, it may seem as though you are out of legal options when it comes to staying behind the wheel, but this is not necessarily the case. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to acquire you a temporary driver's license referred to as an Occupational DL, or Essential Need License. An ODL would allow you to drive legally to work, school events, and other venues essential to your daily life, if granted to you for the duration of your DL suspension.
If you would like more information on your Bedford traffic ticket and how it may be challenged, do not hesitate to get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. While we specialize in the disputation of traffic tickets issued in the North Texas region, and while we may be retained to help you challenge your violation in court in an effort to protect your driving record, in the very least we may be contacted to provide you with the information you are looking for. To learn more about Bedford speeding tickets, court-issued traffic warrants, CDL violations, DL suspension, or the legal services that may be provided by our law firm, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or speak with a member of our staff at 817-685-0912.
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