As a Class C driver or CDL holder, you may be pulled over in Emory, Texas and written a traffic ticket for a number of possible reasons. These reasons can encompass driving through a stop sign, running a red light, speeding, and driving without auto insurance or valid registration. While you may of course plead guilty to your violation, in the case that you cannot afford points added to your driving record, it may not be wise to do so. Keep in mind that if you would rather not see points added to your driving record, it is your right to challenge your violation instead. Jack Byno & Associates is a reputable, local traffic ticket law firm that has been helping motorists dispute Emory traffic violations for over 20 years. If you are interested in challenging a traffic ticket issued to you, consider getting in touch with our law office today. For more information on how our attorneys may be able to provide you with professional, legal defense against your Emory traffic ticket, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Driving over the speed limit is an easy traffic offense to commit in the City of Emory, and in towns all across Rains County. Emory speeding tickets are therefore a common traffic violation dealt with by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. While a speeding violation may seem like a simple matter, and while you may think it easier to simply plead guilty to your offense, such an action will leave points on your driving record. The only way to avoid points added to your driving record is to take the necessary steps to challenge your speeding ticket in the Municipal Court, and Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to assist you with this endeavor. Please be aware that the court will take action against you if you neither plead guilty to your speeding violation nor take steps to dispute it in court.
If you are not already aware, please be advised that the Emory Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest if you do not respond to your Emory traffic ticket before it becomes outstanding. Once the court has issued an arrest warrant for you, you can expect to be incarcerated in the very near future unless you take timely action to get your traffic warrant lifted. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to post your bond and to get your warrant lifted, so that you may avoid arrest before or during the Emory Warrant Roundup. During the Emory Warrant Roundup, which takes place on an annual basis, law enforcement actively searches for and arrests drivers with pending traffic warrants.
In Emory, Texas, CDL drivers and Class C motorists alike may be pulled over and written traffic tickets at the discretion of police. But unlike the average, Class C driver, if you are issued a violation while holding a commercial driver's license, you must consider your means of living when deciding how to respond to your citation. Because pleading guilty to your CDL or trucking violation can end up leaving points on your driving record, you may instead be interested in fighting your violation in the Emory Municipal Court. Our law firm may be hired to help you fight your traffic violation at trial, but we may also be hired to seek, on your behalf, a favorable plea bargain so that points added to your record may be avoided. Please be aware, however, that certain plea deals generally available to Class C motorists, such as State-approved defensive driving courses and deferred adjudication, are unfortunately not attainable for CDL holders.
Driver's license suspension is a penalty that often follows serious traffic offenses committed in Emory, Texas, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or habitual traffic violations. Your driver's license may also be suspended for more unpredictable reasons, such as at the recommendation of a medical professional. No matter why the Department of Public Safety has scheduled your DL for suspension, you will be made aware in advance, as DPS will mail you a Notice of Suspension. Once you have received this notice, you will only have 20 days to respond to it and request a DL suspension hearing, which, if granted to you, will be held in the Rains County Justice of the Peace Court.
While you may choose to retain our law office to challenge the suspension of your driver's license at a hearing scheduled for you in the Rains County JP Court, this may not be possible if your driver's license has already been suspended. Are you finding it difficult to make it on a day-to-day basis now that your DL has been suspended by DPS? Then consider retaining the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to seek you a temporary DL known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). If an ODL is granted to you, you will be allowed to drive to work and other places essential to your daily life, but you must be sure, at all times, to follow the driving restrictions that may come with your ODL. These driving restrictions can include places you are allowed to drive to, and hours of the day during which you may drive, and failure to obey these ODL rules can result in arrest, high court fines and extended Emory DL suspension.
Have you been issued a traffic ticket in the City of Emory? If so, and if you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation and allow points to be added to your driving record, you may instead consider disputing your citation with help from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We have been in practice in the DFW metroplex for over 20 years and thoroughly understand all aspects of Texas traffic law. We may be retained to seek you a plea deal in court, as an alternative to points added to your clean driving record, or we may be hired to fight your violation at trial. For additional information on Emory speeding tickets, CDL and trucking violations, DL suspension or court-issued traffic warrants, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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