As a licensed motorist, it is your responsibility to drive safely and to abide by Texas traffic law at all times when behind the wheel. On occasion, however, drivers are pulled over and written traffic tickets for offenses including speeding, forgetting to wear a seatbelt, running a red light and driving without car insurance. If you have been issued a traffic ticket in Frisco or a nearby Collin County town, and do not want to add points to your driving record by pleading guilty to your violation, consider getting in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For over 20 years, we have successfully defended Class C motorists and CDL drivers against traffic violations issued to them in Frisco, and may be able to do the same for you. While we may be able to negotiate a plea deal on your behalf, such as reduced fines and State-approved defensive driving courses, we may also be retained to take your case to trial. For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
You may be pulled over by a law enforcement official and written a ticket for speeding if you are caught driving over the speed limit in Frisco, Texas. If you cannot afford points added to your driving record, do not plead guilty to your ticket. Instead, consider getting in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, who may be able to help you dispute your speeding violation in the Municipal Court. We have challenged speeding tickets in Frisco and surrounding towns since 1994 and have been working out deals for clients in court for just as long.
The Frisco Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest if you do not respond to your Frisco traffic ticket before it goes past due. Has a warrant for your arrest been issued by the court over your outstanding violation? If so, and if you are afraid of being arrested in the very near future, why not give the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno a call? We may be able to post bond for you and get your traffic warrant lifted, so that you may avoid arrest before or during the Frisco Warrant Roundup. The Frisco Warrant Roundup is an annual event, and a branch of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, during which law enforcement is required to arrest as many motorists as possible who have previously been issued traffic warrants.
Commercial truck drivers, when issued traffic tickets while passing through Frisco, Texas, are most likely concerned about how their CDL or trucking violations will affect their driving records and, by extension, their livelihoods. Jack Byno & Associates are well-aware that CDL holders depend upon their clean driving records for work purposes, and are therefore available to provide legal defense for commercial drivers who are on a mission to protect their means of living from points otherwise added to their driving records. Our CDL clients may not be required to appear in court with us while we attempt to seek a deal on their behalf, but please be advised that CDL drivers are ineligible for certain plea deals, such as deferred adjudication (probation) and driving safety courses.
Drivers who are charged with serious traffic violations in the City of Frisco, Texas, from habitual traffic tickets to Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), may be up against several penalties, one of which being driver's license suspension. If you have recently been charged with drunk driving or another serious traffic offense, and are worried that your driver's license may be suspended as a result, keep in mind that you will be notified before your driver's license is actually suspended. Once DPS has mailed you a DL suspension notice, you will have 20 calendar days to respond and request a DL suspension hearing. If granted to you, a DL suspension hearing will be held in the Collin County Justice Court. Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to dispute your DL suspension at this hearing, so that you may have a better chance at safeguarding your driver's license.
Is it too late for our attorneys to dispute the suspension of your driver's license in the Collin County Justice Court, as your DL has already been suspended by DPS? Do not waste time worrying about how you will get to work, school and other places you cannot do without. Our law firm realizes that Frisco, and the entire DFW metroplex, does not offer much in the way of public transportation. Therefore, we may be able to obtain you an Occupational DL. An ODL is a temporary driver's license that, if granted to you, would allow you legal, albeit restricted, access to the roads for the duration of your DL suspension.
Would you like to learn more about how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to challenge a traffic ticket you have received in Frisco? Our legal team is prepared to answer any questions you may have concerning CDL and trucking violations, speeding citations, or the legal services provided by our law firm. Do not hesitate to seek aggressive legal representation from Jack Byno & Associates if you are now looking to challenge your Frisco violation. For more information, please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION