Have you been issued a traffic ticket in Crowley, Texas? This may be so if you were pulled over by a police officer for speeding, disregarding a traffic control device, driving with expired registration, failing to yield right of way or committing another moving violation. No matter whether you drive with a Class C driver's license or a CDL, it is up to you to respond to your traffic violation before it goes past due and into warrant status. In order to respond to your violation, you may either plead guilty to it or take legal action to dispute it. While pleading guilty to your violation will leave points on your driving record, your record may be protected should you instead choose to challenge your violation in a court of law. While you may attempt to defend your record and against your Crowley traffic citation on your own, you may benefit more from professional legal counsel provided by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We are a DFW-based traffic ticket law firm that has over 20 years of experience defending against all forms of traffic violations issued by law enforcement in North Texas. If we are hired to defend against your violation, you can rest assured that we will dedicate ourselves to seeing your case through to the best possible outcome. For more information, please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Perhaps you have a bad habit of driving too fast while behind the wheel. If you are caught speeding in Crowley, Texas, chances are high that you will be pulled over and issued a ticket for your offense, as the Crowley Police Department is stepping up and cracking down on speeding drivers in and around the city. Although your speeding ticket may appear trivial, it is a serious legal matter that should not be taken lightly. Just as with any other traffic violation you may be issued in Crowley, you must respond to your speeding ticket by the date it is due, either by pleading guilty to it or by taking the necessary steps to challenge it. While the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you challenge your violation in court, perhaps by seeking you probation, driving safety courses, or another plea agreement in lieu of points added to your record, if you do not respond to your violation at all, the Crowley Municipal Court will take notice.
One of the functions of the Crowley Municipal Court is to issue arrest warrants for drivers who have previously been written traffic tickets by police, but who have allowed their violations to go past due without responding to them. Have you allowed a traffic ticket issued to you in Crowley to go past due and into warrant status? Then for as long as your traffic warrant remains out for you, you could be arrested and thrown behind bars at any time of the day or night as a result of it. Fortunately, if you are hoping to avoid imminent arrest and incarceration now that a warrant has been issued for you, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to help you stay out from behind bars and behind the wheel. We may be able to get your traffic warrant lifted, so that you may be safe from arrest (even during the Crowley Warrant Roundup), as well as post bond for you, as a promise to appear in court later as your legal representatives.
Although the everyday, Class C driver is often the motorist seen pulled over on the side of the road in Crowley for violating traffic law, in some instances CDL drivers are pulled over and issued tickets as well. Are you a professional driver with a pending Crowley traffic violation? Then you are perhaps more concerned than the average driver would be about your citation and how it may impact your clean driving record. This is because your means of living as a trucker, bus driver, or emergency vehicle driver is supported, in large part, by your clean record. For this fact alone, you may be hesitant to plead guilty to your CDL violation and allow points to be added to your clean driving record. Therefore, in an effort to defend your record and, by extension, your means of living, from points otherwise added, why not instead take action to dispute your CDL violation in a court of law? If you are considering doing so but are afraid that you will not be able to appear in court to challenge your citation because of work obligations, Jack Byno & Associates may be hired to dispute your charges on your behalf, by pleading your case for a possible deal. Or, if your particular case calls for it, our law firm may instead be retained to fight your violation at trial in an attempt to get it dismissed completely. Be advised, however, that if a trial is scheduled for you, you would be required to appear alongside us in court.
Has the Department of Public Safety mailed you a notice informing you of the imminent suspension of your driver's license? While there are a number of possible reasons that Texas DPS may designate your license for suspension (you can learn the exact reason behind yours by reviewing a copy of your Texas Driving Record), oftentimes it is over serious traffic offenses, such as Driving While Intoxicated, habitual Crowley traffic violations on one's driving record, and even medical revocation at the behest of a physician. In any case, upon close inspection of your DL suspension notice, you will see that you have been allotted 20 days to request a DL suspension hearing at which to challenge the impending suspension of your license. Should you be granted a hearing, it will be scheduled to take place in the Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Court, which is where Jack Byno & Associates may appear as well, if hired to help you defend against your DL suspension.
While we at the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno would do our very best to ensure that your looming DL suspension is overruled in the JP Court (if retained to do so), in some cases it is not possible, simply because our clients' licenses have already been suspended by DPS. Are you now struggling to do without the legal means to drive now that your license has been suspended? Then you may be interested in applying for an Occupational Driver's License, which is a temporary license generally referred to as an ODL. If granted to you, an ODL would permit you legal access to the roads for the duration of your Crowley DL suspension, as long as you follow the driving stipulations that may come with it. While common ODL restrictions include when and where you may drive, failure to obey them at all times can result in Driving While License Invalid, a charge associated with prolonged DL suspension, court fines, and even arrest.
The legal team at the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is standing by right now to provide you with any additional information you may be interested in regarding a traffic ticket that you have been issued in Crowley, Texas. No matter whether you drive with a Class C driver's license or a CDL, and no matter the reason behind the issuance of your traffic ticket, our attorneys may be able to help you defend against your violation in court in an attempt to defend your driving record from points. For more information on traffic warrants, bonds, and court proceedings, or on Crowley speeding tickets, DL suspension, CDL violation and how they may be disputed, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or reach us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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