No matter whether you drive with a CDL or standard, Class C driver's license, if you are discovered to be breaking Texas traffic law in any while behind the wheel, you could be pulled over by law enforcement official and issued a traffic ticket for your offense. Maybe you were recently issued a traffic violation while driving through the town of Combine, Texas. While you may have been written your violation for driving over the legal speed limit, running a red light, or even driving without your seat belt on, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you challenge your offense if you would rather not plead guilty to it and allow points to be added to your driving record. We are a North Texas- based traffic ticket law firm that has more than 20 years of experience defending against all forms of traffic tickets issued in the DFW area, including in Combine. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation, or are simply hoping to avoid points added to your driving record if at all possible, we may be able to help you with this goal in court, perhaps by seeking you a favorable plea deal (such as deferred adjudication, driving safety courses, or reduced fines) in lieu of points added to your driving record. To learn more about Jack Byno & Associates and the traffic-related legal services our law firm offers, please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Driving over the legal speed limit is an easy traffic offense to commit, making the speeding ticket one of the most frequently-issued traffic violations. Just as with any other traffic citation that may be issued to you in Combine, a speeding ticket should not be taken lightly, and should be responded to in a timely manner. Once you are issued your Combine violation, you have a few options to consider when it comes to responding to it. You may consider pleading guilty to it, but if you do so points will be added to your driving record, and you will be obliged to pay a fine. If you challenge your offense instead, there is a chance that points may be kept off your driving record. While Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you dispute your speeding ticket in court should you decide to do so, the Combine Municipal Court will take action against you if your violation is allowed to go past due.
As a licensed driver, it is your responsibility to respond to a traffic violation issued to you in Combine in due time, lest it become outstanding. If you forget about (or purposefully ignore) your citation, to the point that it goes past due, the Combine Municipal Court will take disciplinary measures against you in the form of a traffic warrant. A traffic warrant is a serious development, and your situation demands more attention than it previously did if the Municipal Court issues one for you. Because you could be arrested at any time for as long as a traffic warrant remains out for you, it may be in your best interest to get it lifted. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to lift your warrant for you, if you need assistance doing so, and we may also be able to post bond on your behalf, so that your case may be defended in court at a later date. If your traffic warrant is successfully lifted by our law firm, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested, not even during Warrant Roundup season.
Warrant Roundup season, or the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, is an annual event that sees police all over the State making a conjoined effort to find and arrest as many drivers as possible who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the courts. While you will be safe from arrest in the case that Jack Byno & Associates is able to get your Combine traffic warrant lifted, if your warrant remains out for you, the chance is high that you will be arrested during Warrant Roundup season, if not before. Protect yourself from arrest and incarceration today and take action to get your Combine traffic warrant lifted.
If you are caught violating traffic law in any way in the City of Combine, you may be subjected to a traffic stop and issued a violation for your offense, even if you are a CDL driver behind the wheel of an eighteen-wheeler. In the case that you are a commercial driver with a pending Combine traffic violation hanging over your head, you fortunately have another option to consider if you would rather not plead guilty to your charges and allow points to blemish your clean driving record (and threaten your means of living). You may consider disputing your CDL or trucking violation in a court of law, in an effort to defend your clean record, and Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to help you with this endeavor. We may be able to seek you a favorable plea deal in place of points added to your record (even though deferred probation and certain other plea agreements are out of reach of CDL holders). But let's assume that a plea agreement is not a satisfactory approach to your citation. Let's say that you are instead interested in fighting your violation, in a formal trial setting, in an effort to get it dismissed. While our law firm may be hired to represent you in front of a judge and jury if this is the course of action you want to take, you must be prepared to present your side of the story (concerning the circumstances surrounding the issuance of your violation) in the court room should a trial be scheduled for you.
Have you been mailed a Notice of Suspension by the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS), informing you of the imminent suspension of your driver's license? If you have habitual traffic violations on your driving record, have recently been convicted of Driving While Intoxicated in the City of Combine (or another grave traffic offense), or have yet to pay any State Surcharges that you may owe, this may very well be so. Upon close inspection of your DL suspension notice, you will see that you have been allotted 20 calendar days to request a DL suspension hearing with DPS. If you wish to challenge the looming suspension of your driver's license, and are granted a hearing at which to do so, you may consider hiring Jack Byno & Associates to help you get your DL suspension overruled in the Kaufman County Justice Court. While we have previously been able to get DL suspensions overruled on behalf of clients, let's consider the possibility that you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that has been granted to you, or maybe were not granted a hearing in the first place. In this case, you may be having a hard time finding adequate transportation to school, work, the grocery store, and other locations essential to your daily life, without the use of your driver's license. Fortunately, our law firm may be retained to apply for, on your behalf, a temporary license called an Occupational DL. Sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License, if you are permitted an ODL, it would serve to make your Combine DL suspension easier to bear by allowing you legal, albeit restricted, access to the roads for the duration of your DL suspension.
Are you thinking about challenging your Combine traffic ticket? If so, but you would first like to learn more about the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno and how we may be retained to help you defend against your violation in court, do not hesitate to get in touch with our law office. Our team of legal experts is standing by right now to take your call and to answer any questions you may have concerning speeding tickets, traffic warrants, CDL and trucking violations, driver's license suspension, and the possible disputation of your Combine citation. We may be of service to you whether you hold a commercial driver's license or are an everyday, Class C motorist. To contact our law firm or to speak with a member of our staff, please complete out Traffic Ticket Contact Form or reach us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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