SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Has a law enforcement official in Grandview, Texas written you a violation for driving over the speed limit or another ticketable traffic offense? If so, you have a few options to consider. You may ignore your traffic ticket, and allow it to go to warrant. You may plead guilty to your offense, but points will then be added to your driving record. If you neglect the two options mentioned above and instead take legal action to dispute your violation in court, there is a good chance that your driving record will be protected from points otherwise added. Jack Byno & Associates have been helping drivers, both Class C and CDL, defend their records in the Grandview Municipal Court for over 20 years. We may be retained to help you with this endeavor as well, if you have made the decision to challenge your Grandview traffic ticket. Are you interested in learning more about how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you dispute your violation? Please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno frequently defends against speeding tickets written to drivers in Grandview, Texas. If police radar catches you driving over the legal speed limit in the City of Grandview, or in another Johnson County town, there is a good chance that you will be pulled over and written a speeding violation by law enforcement. In the case that you have been issued a speeding citation, but have decided to challenge it, consider getting in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. It does not matter to us what class driver's license you hold, we may be able to plead your case for the best possible deal, such as reduced fines or driving safety courses, so that points added to your driving record may be avoided. If you have concluded that you would benefit more from a trial setting, complete with judge and jury, our law firm may also be retained to fight your Grandview speeding ticket in court.
If you have neither pleaded guilty to a Grandview traffic ticket you have received, nor taken timely action to dispute it, it will eventually go past due and into warrant. When your violation goes into warrant, it means that a warrant for your arrest has been issued by the Grandview Municipal Court, and you may soon be arrested by police as a consequence. Traffic warrants are serious developments, but fortunately Jack Byno & Associates have over 20 years of experience getting them lifted and posting bonds on behalf of clients.
If you are not already aware, please be advised of the annual Grandview Warrant Roundup. During the Grandview Warrant Roundup, which is a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, law enforcement works around the clock to locate and arrest drivers who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the court. Every year unsuspecting motorists are caught off guard by the Warrant Roundup; do not allow yourself to become one of these drivers. Take action today to get your warrant lifted so that you may be safe from arrest during Warrant Roundup season.
Were you recently pulled over while driving through the City of Grandview, and subsequently written a ticket for breaking traffic law? If you hold a commercial driver's license, and did at the time your citation was written, you may be anxious about the consequences that may follow pleading guilty to your offense. As a CDL holder, you are well-aware of the fact that your career behind the wheel depends upon your clean driving record. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is also aware of this fact, and therefore may be retained to defend against your Grandview CDL or trucking violation in court. While some plea bargains are out of reach for CDL holders, such as defensive driving courses and deferred adjudication, our law firm may still be able to negotiate a satisfactory deal on your behalf at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.
Perhaps you were recently convicted of a serious traffic offense, such as drunk driving, while behind the wheel in Grandview, Texas. DWI, habitual traffic violations and even medical revocation are all cause for driver's license suspension. Have you been mailed a Notice of Suspension by the Department of Public Safety? Once you have received this notice, you will have only 20 days to respond to DPS and request a Grandview DL suspension hearing, which will take place in the Johnson County Justice of the Peace Court if granted to you. Our law firm may be able to provide you with the professional legal defense your case deserves, if hired to defend against your impending DL suspension in the JP Court. In the case that your driver's license has already been suspended, you may benefit from a temporary DL referred to as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). An Occupational DL, or Essential Need License, would allow you to continue to drive yourself to school functions, work, the doctor's office, and other places essential to daily life.
If you have questions or concerns about a traffic ticket that you have received in the City of Grandview, our legal team is standing by right now to answer your inquiries and to present you with your legal options. Even if you hold a CDL, if you are interested in challenging your violation in an effort to defend your driving record, our law firm may be able to help you with this goal so that you may remain behind the wheel and points off your record. For additional information on speeding tickets, court-issued traffic warrants, CDL and trucking violations, DL suspension or Grandview traffic violations in general, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or speak with a legal representative at 817-685-0912.