The Highland Park Police Department works tirelessly to ensure that traffic law is followed by drivers at all hours of the day and night. The department has no qualms when it comes to writing traffic tickets to Class C and CDL drivers discovered to be speeding, driving with defective auto equipment, running a red light or otherwise breaking Texas traffic law. If you are pulled over by police in Highland Park, and subsequently written a traffic violation, you have an important decision to make. You must decide whether or not to plead guilty to the offense you have been charged with, and allow points to be added to your driving record. Points added to your driving record are irreversible, and you will also be obliged to pay a fine if you opt to plead guilty to your violation. Fortunately, you have another legal option to consider if you would rather not plead guilty.
No matter what class driver's license you hold, you may exercise your right to challenge your traffic ticket in court, either on your own or with help from a traffic ticket lawyer. If you want to challenge your ticket, but believe that your case would be better represented with an attorney on your side, consider hiring the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We have been practicing Texas traffic law in the DFW region for more than 20 years and may be able to successfully help you keep points off your driving record. For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Driving over the legal speed limit in any Dallas- Fort Worth community, including in the City of Highland Park, is a ticketable offense. No matter what class driver's license you drive with, if police radar catches you driving too fast, chances are high that you will be pulled over and issued a speeding violation. Speeding tickets are common traffic violations and may therefore appear trivial at first, but be aware that they can quickly spiral out of control and into warrant if taken lightly and not responded to in a timely manner. While it may seem like the easier option to plead guilty to your Highland Park ticket and pay your fine, it would not be wise to do so if you cannot afford points added to your driving record. Instead, considering challenging your violation with help from Jack Byno & Associates. We dispute speeding violations on a regular basis on behalf of our clients, and may be able to do the same for you.
Have you allowed a traffic ticket you have received in Highland Park to go past due? No matter whether you neglected your violation on purpose or on accident, if it is now outstanding, expect for the Highland Park Municipal Court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Arrest warrants are serious and will eventually lead to your incarceration unless they are lifted in a timely manner. If you are worried that your overdue violation will soon go into warrant, or have been made aware that it already has, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since 1994, we have lifted traffic warrants and posted bonds for Class C and CDL motorists, ensuring that they are safe from arrest and promising to appear in court on their behalf at a later date.
By getting your Highland Park traffic warrant lifted, you will be protecting yourself from arrest during an annual event known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The Great Texas Warrant Roundup takes place all over the State, including in Highland Park, and each year catches unsuspecting drivers with pending traffic warrants by surprise. Do not allow your pending traffic warrant to lead to your arrest during Warrant Roundup season. See if Jack Byno & Associates can't get your traffic warrant lifted today.
Perhaps you hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) and rely on it to carry out your job as a school bus driver, commercial trucker, ambulance driver or other emergency vehicle operator. In this case, a traffic ticket issued to you in Highland Park could potentially place your means of living on the line, as points added to your driving record could reflect poorly on your responsibility to drive safely while on the job. Points will be added to your record and your career could be jeopardized if you plead guilty to your CDL or trucking violation, so why not exercise your right to challenge your citation instead? The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to help you with this goal, by pleading your case for the best possible deal in court in lieu of points added to your violation. Please be aware, however, that even though our law firm may be able to seek you a favorable plea agreement, some plea deals, including deferred adjudication, are unfortunately out of reach for CDL drivers. If you would like to fight your Highland Park CDL violation in the presence of a judge and jury, we may also be retained to represent you in a trial setting. You may not be required to appear with us in court while we attempt to seek you a plea deal, but if a trial is scheduled, you will be required to appear in order to present you case.
Drunk driving (DWI) convictions, unpaid State Surcharges, habitual Highland Park traffic violations, and medical revocation may all be cause for driver's license suspension. If the Department of Public Safety decides to suspend your driver's license, and mails you a Notice of Suspension, you will have only 20 calendar days, as will be specified in your notice, to respond and request a DL suspension hearing. You will be allowed to dispute your looming DL suspension in the Dallas County Justice of the Peace Court if a DL suspension hearing is granted to you by DPS, and you may also retain Jack Byno & Associates to help you defend against your looming Highland Park DL suspension and to offer you a better chance at getting your suspension overruled. Have you already lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted to you by Texas DPS? If you are now finding it difficult to get by on a day-to-day basis without your DL, you may benefit from a temporary, Occupational Driver's License, or Essential Need License. If you are granted an ODL, you may use it to drive to work, the grocery store and other locations essential to your daily life, until your regular license is no longer suspended.
Have you been issued a traffic ticket in Highland Park, Texas, or in a nearby Dallas County city? Are you intent on protecting your driving record from points by challenging your citation in a court of law? While you may attempt this endeavor on your own, you may benefit more from counsel provided by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We have been disputing all forms of traffic tickets in North Texas for more than 20 years and may be retained to defend you whether you have a Class C driver's license or a CDL. If you have questions regarding your Highland Park traffic violation, or would like additional information on speeding tickets, traffic warrants, bonds, driver's license suspension, Occupational Driver's Licenses, trucking violations or Municipal Court proceedings, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call the law office at 817-685-0912.
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