No matter whether you hold a commercial driver's license, or a standard, Class C license, if you are caught breaking traffic law while behind the wheel, you may be written a ticket. In the Collin County cities of Plano, Allen, Frisco, McKinney, and in surrounding areas, police work around-the-clock to make sure that motorists follow Texas traffic law at all times. Whether you were issued your traffic ticket for speeding, forgetting to wear your seat belt, failing to yield right of way, driving without car insurance, or another offense, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you protect your driving record from points added as a result. Our law firm has been in practice since 1994, and may be retained to defend against your traffic violation in court. While we may be hired to plead your case for the best possible deal, such as deferred adjudication, we may also be retained to defend you in a trial setting. For more information on traffic tickets issued in Collin County, please call our law office or complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Perhaps you were recently issued a violation for speeding while driving through Collin County, Texas. If so, you have a few options to consider. You may choose to plead guilty to your speeding violation, and allow points to be added to your driving record. You may also choose to ignore your citation, and allow it to go to warrant. Or, you may exercise your right to challenge your Collin County speeding ticket, in an attempt to keep points off your driving record. Attorney Jack Byno and his colleagues may be able to help you with the latter option. For more than 20 years, we have helped both CDL holders and Class C drivers challenge their speeding tickets in court, so why not see if we can't help your dispute yours? The sooner we are retained as your attorneys, the sooner we defend your clean driving record.
The Collin County Justice of the Peace Court, and area Municipal Courts, regularly issue arrest warrants for drivers who have outstanding traffic warrants. Has a warrant for your arrest been issued in response to your overdue traffic violations? If so, be aware that you will eventually be sought after by police and arrested if your warrant is not lifted in a timely manner. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been lifting Collin County traffic warrants, and posting bonds on behalf of clients, for over 20 years, and during that time has also defended clients affected by the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. During the Warrant Roundup, police in Collin County, and all across the State, arrest as many drivers as possible who have traffic warrants hanging over their heads. In order to avoid being incarcerated during or before the Warrant Roundup, it would be your best bet to seek legal defense from Jack Byno & Associates, who may be able to get your arrest warrants lifted.
In the case that you have already been arrested, whether as a result of your warrants or during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, our jail release attorneys may be hired to post you bail and secure your jail release. Then, because we have posted your bond, we may then attempt to negotiate a favorable deal for you in court, such as probation, reduced fines, or State-approved defensive driving courses. In contrast, a bail bondsman is not able to provide you with such legal defense in court.
Motorists who hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) must be especially careful to avoid being written a traffic ticket while driving through Collin County and other regions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. If you hold a CDL, you realize that a simple Collin County traffic violation can potentially threaten your driving record and, by extension, your livelihood. Therefore, it may be in your best interest to get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to help you stay behind the wheel and at work by working out an acceptable deal for you in court, even though commercial drivers are unfortunately not eligible for deferred adjudication and other alternatives to points added to their driving records.
Since 1994, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has defended both commercial truck drivers and Class C motorists from the effects of traffic violations issued to them in Collin County. If you are on a mission to protect your clean driving record from points added as a result of your outstanding violations, do not waste time worrying about how you will go about accomplishing this endeavor. Instead, take action and contact Jack Byno & Associates. Even if your driver's license has been suspended as a result of a serious traffic offense you have committed, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), our law office may be able to seek you an temporary DL known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or reach us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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