SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
There are a number of possible reasons that you may be pulled over and issued a traffic ticket in the town of Edgecliff Village. These reasons can include driving over the legal speed limit, changing lanes without using your turn signal, failing to yield right of way, and running a red light or stop sign. No matter the reason you were pulled over and issued your traffic violation, and no matter if you hold a Class C driver's license or CDL, once your citation is placed in your hands it becomes your responsibility to respond to it by the date specified. To respond to your violation, you must either plead guilty to it or take legal action to dispute it. If you choose to plead guilty to your Edgecliff Village traffic ticket in court, points will be added to your driving record (and you will be obliged to pay a hefty fine). If you instead choose to challenge your ticket in court, there is a chance that points will be kept off your record. Your chances of successfully defending against your violation and protecting your driving record only go up when you choose to seek counsel from a legal representative rather than attempt to do so on your own. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, a traffic ticket law firm that has been in business in the DFW metroplex for more than 20 years, may be able to provide you with the legal representation you need. We have experience defending both Class C drivers and CDL holders in court, and may be able to seek you deferred adjudication (probation), State-approved defensive driving courses, reduced fines, or another satisfactory plea agreement as an alternative to points otherwise added to your driving record. Would you like to learn more about how we may be of service to you? Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets written by law enforcement in Edgecliff Village may seem trivial at first glance, but they are just as demanding of attention as any other traffic ticket. While you must respond to your speeding citation before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to it or by making an effort to challenge it in court, let's assume that you have already made the decision to dispute your violation in an effort to protect your driving record. While you may do this by pleading your case for a possible deal, such as deferred adjudication or driving safety courses, in lieu of points added to your record, maybe a plea deal is not the best approach to your particular case. Perhaps you believe that your Edgecliff Village violation was issued to you under questionable circumstances, and is therefore debatable. In this case, Jack Byno & Associates may be hired to help you fight your speeding ticket at trial, in an effort to get it dismissed. Keep in mind that while you may not be required to appear in court with us should we be retained to seek you a plea agreement, you would be required to appear should a trial be scheduled for you instead.
Have you allowed a traffic ticket issued to you in Edgecliff Village to go past due, by neither pleading guilty to it nor taking steps to challenge it in court? If so, and if your violation is now in warrant status, it means that the court has taken notice of your neglected citation, and issued a warrant for your arrest as a penalty. Unfortunately, once a traffic warrant is out for you, you could be arrested at any time of the day or night unless you take swift legal action to get your warrant lifted. Are you afraid that your traffic warrant will soon lead to your arrest and incarceration? Then get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to get your Edgecliff Village traffic warrant lifted and bond posted on your behalf, so that you may be safe from arrest, both during and before Warrant Roundup season, and so that your case may be represented by our law firm in court at a later date.
Perhaps you have been written a speeding ticket or other moving violation in Edgecliff Village while holding your commercial driver's license (CDL). Because your career as a CDL motorist is dependent upon your clean driving record and responsible driving habits, you may be especially concerned about how you should respond to your citation, as any way you do may directly impact your means of living. If you plead guilty to your Edgecliff Village CDL or trucking violation, points added to your driving record as a result could threaten your means of living by proving your inability to drive safely while behind the wheel and on duty. Should you instead choose to challenge your charges, in an effort to defend your clean record, there is a chance that your livelihood may be safeguarded. If you are looking to dispute your violation but are not sure that you would be able to do so on your own, look no further than Jack Byno & Associates. We have been defending against CDL and trucking violations in Tarrant County since 1994 and, although you as a CDL driver are unfortunately ineligible for deferred adjudication, defensive driving courses and certain other plea agreements that may be sought on behalf of Class C drivers, we may still be able to negotiate an acceptable deal for you in court.
If the Texas Department of Public Safety mails a Notice of Suspension to your address in Edgecliff Village, Texas, it means that your driver's license has been scheduled for suspension. You may be up against DL suspension for a number of possible reasons, ranging from a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction to habitual Edgecliff Village traffic violations on your driving record. No matter the reason for your looming DL suspension, however, in your notice you will see that you have been allotted a certain amount of time to request a DL suspension hearing at which to dispute the impending suspension of your driver's license. If you are granted such a hearing by Texas DPS, also consider seeking professional representation from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. In the past we have helped clients in Edgecliff Village get their DL suspensions overruled in the Tarrant County Justice Court, and may be able to do the same for you. However, in the case that you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted to you, or you were not granted one by DPS in the first place, you may now be struggling to do without the legal means to drive. Our law firm realizes that you still require transportation to school, work, the grocery store, and other locations essential to your daily life, even though your license is now suspended, and therefore may be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally by seeking you a temporary DL. This temporary license is called an Occupational Driver's License and, if granted to you, would permit your legal access to the roads for the duration of your Edgecliff Village DL suspension.
For more information on your Edgecliff Village traffic ticket and how it may be disputed in court, why not get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno? Our legal representatives may be able to provide you with the information, tools and resources you need to successfully challenge your violation and protect your driving record from points, no matter whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL. To learn more about the possible disputation of your Edgecliff Village citation, or about speeding tickets, traffic warrants, DL suspension or CDL violations, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give us a call at 817-685-0912.