The Grand Prairie Police Department is cracking down on drivers caught disregarding traffic law in and around the city. If you choose to drive irresponsibly in Grand Prairie, or in any Dallas County city, you can expect to be pulled over by law enforcement and written a traffic ticket. No matter what class driver's license you hold, pleading guilty to your speeding violation will result in points added to your driving record. If you cannot afford points on your driving record, why not see if the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you dispute your ticket in court? While we may be retained to plead your case for the best possible deal, such as deferred adjudication or defensive driving courses, we may also be hired to fight your case, before judge and jury, in a trial setting. Are you interested in learning more about how Jack Byno & Associates may be able to defend against your Grand Prairie traffic violation? Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been issued a speeding ticket in Grand Prairie, Texas? There is a chance that you will be, sooner or later, if you have a habit of driving over the speed limit. Speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic violations issued by law enforcement in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and as such, are frequently disputed by our attorneys in the Municipal Court. Because Jack Byno & Associates has over 20 years of experience disputing Grand Prairie speeding citations and other moving violations, why not see if we can't help you dispute your ticket? Making an effort to safeguard your clean driving record may be a better decision than allowing points to be added to it. Call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno today.
No matter what class driver's license you hold, you may be up against a traffic warrant if you have allowed your Grand Prairie speeding ticket, or another traffic violation, to become outstanding. A traffic citation becomes outstanding when the individual issued it fails to either plead guilty to it, or take the necessary steps to challenge it. Are you worried that you will soon be arrested now that a warrant for your arrest has been issued by the Grand Prairie Municipal Court? Consider hiring our law firm to get your warrant lifted before police have a chance to arrest you.
Please be advised of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The Grand Prairie Police Department participates in this Warrant Roundup, which takes place on an annual basis and sees law enforcement all over the State arresting as many motorists as possible who have traffic warrants hanging over their heads. You may be arrested during or before the Warrant Roundup, whether you hold a Class C driver's license or CDL, if your warrant is not lifted as soon as possible.
DL suspension is a penalty that often follows serious traffic offenses, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), unpaid State Surcharges, and habitual traffic violations. But the suspension of your driver's license may also be a result of medical revocation and other unexpected causes. No matter the reason behind the suspension of your driver's license, if Texas DPS mails you a Notice of Suspension, you will have a certain amount of days to request a DL suspension hearing with DPS, and representation from Jack Byno & Associates. While we would do our very best to ensure that your looming DL suspension is overruled in the Dallas County Justice Court, in the case that you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that was granted to you, our law firm may still be able to help you. We may seek, on your behalf, a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL).
If you are struggling to make it by now that your driver's license has been suspended, our law office may be retained to apply you for a temporary, Occupational Driver's License. Sometimes called an Essential Need License, an Occupational DL would allow to drive legally while your regular DL is suspended. Please be aware that ODLs often come with certain driving restrictions (such as the locations you may drive yourself to, and the times of day during which you may drive). Failure to obey your ODL restrictions can lead to a Driving While License Invalid (DWLI) charge, which itself can lead to prolonged DL suspension, court fines and sometimes even arrest.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been in business in the DFW area for more than 20 years. Our legal team thoroughly comprehends Texas traffic law and the legal repercussions of driving irresponsibly. If you have been written a traffic ticket in Grand Prairie, do not waste time worrying about how it will impact your clean driving record and, if you hold a CDL, your means of living. Our experienced attorneys may be able to help you challenge your violation in court so that your record may be successfully defended. To learn more about a Grand Prairie traffic ticket you have received, or about speeding violations, traffic warrants, trucking violations, DL suspension or temporary driver's licenses, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or contact us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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