Have you been written a traffic ticket in Bulcher, Texas? Then you have an important decision to make. While a traffic violation may be issued for a number of possible reasons, including for speeding, driving with defective auto equipment, or running a red light, you must be respond to your violation before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to it or challenging it. If you would rather not allow points to be added to your driving record, believe that the officer who write you your violation was wrong to do so, or simply cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation, it would not be wise to do so. Instead, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We have been practicing Texas traffic law in Cooke County for over 20 years, and have experience defending both Class C drivers and CDL holders in the Bulcher Municipal Court. While our law firm may be able to plead your case in court for the best possible deal, such as for deferred adjudication, defensive driving courses, or reduced fines, so that points may be kept off your driving record, we may also be able to help you fight your traffic ticket in court, before a judge and jury, if a trial is the course of action you are interested in taking. For more information on how Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you tackle your traffic citation, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Firm.
Speeding tickets are written often by law enforcement in the City of Bulcher to motorists caught driving over the speed limit. No matter whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL, if police radar catches you speeding in Bulcher, Texas, chances are good that you will be pulled over and issued a speeding citation. Even though, at first glance, your speeding violation may seem like a simple matter to deal with, it should not be taken lightly, and should be responded to in a timely manner. You may hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you dispute your ticket in the Municipal Court if you would rather not plead guilty to it, but the court will take action against you if your speeding ticket goes past due.
On a regular basis, traffic warrants are issued by the Bulcher Municipal Court for drivers who have not responded to their traffic tickets, even to the point that their violations have become overdue. Once a warrant for your arrest has been issued, your situation is more serious than it was before, as you could now be arrested at any time. Since 1994, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has gotten arrest warrants lifted and posted bonds on behalf of eligible clients. If our law firm is able to get your traffic warrant lifted and post bond for you, this bond would act as a promise from us to represent you in court at a later date.
Once your traffic warrant is lifted, you will be safe from arrest at any time, including during the Bulcher Warrant Roundup. During the Bulcher Warrant Roundup (which is an extension of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup), law enforcement is required to focus their efforts on locating and arresting as many drivers as they can who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the Municipal Court. This event occurs every year, and every year drivers unsuspecting of it are arrested and thrown behind bars as a result of their pending warrants. Take action today to get your warrant lifted so that you may avoid arrest during or before the Bulcher Warrant Roundup.
Perhaps you hold a commercial driver's license, and rely on it for your job as a trucker, emergency vehicle operator, or school bus driver. If so, and if you are written a traffic violation in Bulcher, Texas while driving with your CDL, you may be concerned about how your livelihood could potentially be affected by this citation. Fortunately, even though you hold a commercial driver's license, you may take action to challenge your Bulcher violation in court rather than plead guilty to it, in an effort to protect your clean driving record and means of living. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to help you dispute your violation in court, and perhaps even on your behalf, so that you may spend more time behind the wheel and on the job rather than in court.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) may be prompted to designate your driver's license for suspension if you have been convicted of habitual traffic violations, a serious traffic offense, such as drunk driving (DWI), or for reasons encompassing causing a car accident in Bulcher and failing to provide proof of valid auto insurance, or revocation at the behest of a medical professional. No matter why Texas DPS has scheduled your DL for suspension, you will be informed of this development via a Notice of Suspension mailed to your Bulcher address. Once you are mailed this notice, you will have only a certain amount of time to respond and request a DL suspension hearing. If a hearing is granted to you, it will allow you the opportunity to challenge the impending suspension of your driver's license in the Cooke County Justice of the Peace Court, which is where Jack Byno & Associates will appear to represent you if you hire our law firm to do so.
If your driver's license is suspended already by the Texas Department of Public Safety, there may still be a way for the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to help you stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to apply for, on your behalf, a temporary driver's license commonly referred to as an Occupational Driver's License, or Essential Need License. If an ODL is granted to you, you may use it to drive to school, work, the grocery store and other locations you cannot do without on a daily basis, while your regular license is suspended. Please be advised, however, that ODLs come with particular driving restrictions. These restrictions can include when and where you may drive, and if a police officer finds you to be breaking these rules, you could be charged with Driving While License Invalid (DWLI). Penalties associated with DWLI often include arrest, a longer Bulcher DL suspension, and high court fines.
Do you have questions or concerns pertaining to a traffic violation you have been issued in Bulcher, Texas? If you are interested in challenging your ticket but do not know where to begin, Jack Byno & Associates may be reached to provide you with the information you are looking for. Our legal team is prepared to answer your inquiries and to further explain Bulcher speeding tickets, trucking violations, driver's license suspension, traffic warrants, bonds and Municipal Court proceedings. For more information on the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, and the legal representation we may be retained to provide you with, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give us a call at 817-685-0912.
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