Perhaps you have a habit of driving over the legal speed limit in Wise County, and in particular in the City of Decatur. If you have been written a speeding ticket by law enforcement in Decatur, or have been issued another traffic violation, such as for driving without your seat belt on or running a red light, you have a decision to make. You must choose to either plead guilty to your Decatur violation or to dispute it in court. While pleading guilty to your traffic ticket can leave points on your driving record, taking steps to challenge your citation is the option for you if you would rather take action to protect your driving record. You may challenge your violation on your own, but your case may have a more successful outcome with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno on your side. Our law firm has been practicing Texas traffic law in the DFW region for more than 20 years, and are fully prepared to defend against any and all forms of traffic violations. You may retain our law firm even if you hold a commercial driver's license. Would you like additional information on how Jack Byno & Associates may be able to defend against your traffic ticket in the Decatur Municipal Court? Please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
In an effort to keep Decatur drivers in check, the Decatur Police Department is cracking down on motorists found to be driving over the speed limit. Have you been written a speeding ticket in the City of Decatur? If you have, and if you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation and allow points to be added to your driving record, it would be prudent on your part to challenge your violation instead. Jack Byno & Associates defend against speeding tickets on a regular basis on behalf of our clients, and may be able to do the same for you if you are looking to protect your record. While we may be retained to seek you driving safety courses approved by the State, deferred adjudication or reduced fines in lieu of points added to your driving record, we may also be able to fight your speeding ticket at trial, before a judge and jury.
You should be informed, if you are not already aware, that when left unchecked for long enough, traffic violations issued in the City of Decatur will eventually go to warrant. This means that your overdue traffic ticket will eventually prompt the Decatur Municipal Court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Are you afraid that arrest is in your near future now that a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the court? This may very well be the case if you do not take timely action to get your warrant lifted. Fortunately, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno knows what it takes to post bonds and to get warrants lifted for clients in Decatur, and has been doing so since 1994. No matter what class driver's license you hold, once your warrant is lifted, you will be safe from arrest, even during the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup. If you do not get your warrant lifted as soon as possible, you could very well be arrested during Warrant Roundup season, which is a time during which police are required to arrest as many drivers as possible who have been issued traffic warrants on a previous date.
Perhaps while holding a commercial driver's license (CDL), you have been issued a traffic ticket by a law enforcement official in Decatur, Texas. Because you as a CDL holder depend upon your clean driving record for work purposes, you may be hesitant to plead guilty to your violation, as doing so would leave points on your driving record. Instead, it may be in your better interest to challenge your Decatur CDL or trucking violation in an effort to protect your clean driving and, by extension, your means of living. Although you as a CDL holder are ineligible for deferred adjudication, driving safety courses, and other plea agreements generally available to Class C motorists, if you hire Jack Byno & Associates to defend against your CDL violation in court, our attorneys may still be able to work out a favorable deal for you, perhaps even without the requirement of your presence in court.
Has the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) mailed you a Notice of Suspension? Among other reasons, you may be mailed such as notice if you have habitual Decatur traffic violations on your driving record, or if you are convicted of a criminal traffic offense (such as DWI). Take this notice as a warning that your driver's license has been designated for suspension by DPS, and will be suspended within 20 calendar days unless you are granted a DL suspension hearing. If you respond to your DL suspension notice and are granted a hearing by DPS, Jack Byno & Associates may then be retained to dispute the impending suspension of your driver's license in the Wise County Justice of the Peace Court. In the case that DPS has already suspended your license, and you now find it difficult to transport yourself to school, your place of employment and other locations essential to your daily life, our law firm may still be able to help stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to acquire you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), which, if granted to you, would serve as a temporary driver's license for the duration of your Decatur DL suspension.
For over 20 years, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been defending Class C drivers and CDL holders alike who have been issued speeding tickets and other forms of traffic violations in the City of Decatur. Would you like to learn more about Decatur traffic tickets, traffic warrants issued by the Municipal Court, speeding violations, CDL and trucking violations, or driver's license suspension? Please take a moment to complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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