Since our establishment in 1994, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been helping drivers all over the Dallas- Fort Worth area, including in the Denton County City of Cross Roads, deal with traffic tickets that have been issued to them by police. While you may be written a traffic violation in Cross Roads for a number of potential reasons, from speeding to driving without your seat belt on, our law firm specializes in the disputation of all forms of traffic offenses, and may be retained to help you challenge yours as well. It does not matter to us what class driver's license you hold or why you were issued your citation; if it is your goal to protect your driving record from points, it becomes our goal as well the second we are hired to defend against your violation. Even though pleading guilty to your citation may be the easiest course of action for you to take, points will be added to your driving record as a result and you will be obliged to pay a fine. In contrast, taking legal steps to dispute your traffic violation may very well be worth it in the end, especially if your driving record is successfully protected. Are you interested in learning more about how our law firm may be able to help you challenge your Cross Roads traffic ticket? Please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Were you recently pulled over by a police officer in Cross Roads, Texas, and subsequently issued a ticket for speeding? Speeding tickets, at first glance, may appear unimportant or trivial, but they demand your immediate attention just as any other traffic violation would. As soon as your ticket is written and placed in your hands, you have a responsibility to respond to it before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to your speeding offense, or by taking legal steps to challenge it. If you would rather not plead guilty to your offense and allow points to be added to your driving record, and have instead made the decision to challenge your violation, call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to provide your case with the professional legal defense it deserves so that your record may be protected. While we may be retained to negotiate for you deferred adjudication or another favorable plea deal in court, we may also be able to take your Cross Roads speeding ticket to trial, if you believe that your violation was written to you under questionable circumstances. At trial, you would be permitted to share your side of the story concerning the day your were issued your citation, as would the officer who wrote you the ticket. If the presiding judge rules in your favor, or if the police officer does not appear in court, your speeding ticket may then be dismissed.
When the Cross Roads Municipal Court becomes aware that a driver has not responded to a traffic ticket issued to them in the city, but has instead allowed their violation to go past due, a traffic warrant may be issued. Once issued for you, a traffic warrant has the potential to lead to your arrest at any time of the day or night, and the only legal way to ensure that arrest is avoided is to get your traffic warrant lifted. For more than 20 years, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has worked to get traffic warrants lifted and bonds posted for clients in Cross Roads, Texas. If you have been made aware that a traffic warrant has been issued for you, one reason to hire our law firm to get it lifted is so that you may avoid arrest during an annual event known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Warrant Roundup season is a time of year when police in towns all across the State crack down on motorists with pending traffic warrants. If Jack Byno & Associates is hired to post bond for you and to get your warrant lifted, and is able to do so successfully, you will not have to worry about being arrested during the Warrant Roundup.
If you are a professional truck driver, city bus driver, or emergency vehicle driver, and have been written a traffic ticket in the City of Cross Roads, you are perhaps more concerned that the average driver would be when it comes to responding to your violation. This is because, as a CDL holder, your clean driving record is of the utmost importance to your on-the-road career. Points added to your record could threaten your livelihood by proving your inability to drive cautiously while behind the wheel. Are you worried that your means of living could be negatively impacted by a CDL or trucking violation issued to you in Cross Roads, Texas? Are you looking to challenge your violation in an attempt to protect your livelihood, but do not know where to begin? Then look no further than the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Just as we may be hired by Class C drivers seeking defense against traffic tickets issued to them, we may also be retained by CDL drivers interested in defending against their violations. While it is true that CDL holders are not qualified to seek deferred probation, State-approved driving safety courses, and certain other plea bargains generally available to Class C drivers, our law firm may still be able to work out an acceptable deal for you in court, and perhaps even without the requirement of your presence therein.
Sometimes certain traffic violations committed in Cross Roads warrant a more severe penalty than a simple traffic ticket. Sometimes, serious offenses such as DWI, or habitual traffic violations on one's driving record, prompt the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) to suspended the driver's licenses of offending motorists. Have you been mailed a Notice of Suspension by DPS? If so, be advised that this notice will allott you 20 calendar days to respond to your violation and request a DL suspension hearing at which to dispute your looming DL suspension. If you have been granted a DL suspension hearing by DPS, but believe that your case would be better represented with a legal professional on your side, it may be in your best interest to retain the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For more than 20 years, our law firm has provided legal defense for motorists up against DL suspension in the Denton County Justice Court. We may be retained to help you dispute your looming driver's license suspension in the JP Court as well in an effort to get it overruled.
In some instances, it is too late for our law firm to defend against DL suspension in court, if our clients' driver's licenses have already been suspended by DPS. This may be the situation you have found yourself in if you were not granted a Cross Roads DL suspension hearing, or lost a hearing that was previously granted to you. In any case, if your license is now suspended and you are struggling to find a way to work, the grocery store, school, and other nonnegotiable venues, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to acquire you a temporary DL known as an Occupational Driver's License, or ODL. If you are granted use of an ODL (or Essential Need License) for the duration of your DL suspension, you must remember that it is conditional and a privilege to hold. Failure to follow any driving stipulations that may come with it, such as when and where you may drive, can result in a Driving While License Invalid charge, which itself can lead to arrest and prolonged DL suspension.
Are you interested in learning more about the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno and the legal services that we may be retained to provide you? Then give our law office a call today. Our team of representatives is standing by right now to take your call and to answer any questions you may have concerning the disputation of a traffic ticket that you have been issued in Cross Roads. We are fully prepared to offer you further information on matters pertaining to Cross Roads speeding tickets, traffic warrants and how they may be lifted, CDL and trucking violations, DL suspension and any other traffic-related legal matters you may be interested in learning more about. Please take a moment to complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call the law office at 817-685-0912.
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