SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Speeding, running a red light, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, driving without your seat belt on, or driving with defective auto equipment are all reasons that you may be pulled over by a police officer and issued a traffic violation. In the Denton County City of Highland Village, Texas, local law enforcement is cracking down on drivers found to be violating traffic law in any way, in order to ensure that the roads remain safe for all motorists. Have you been pulled over and issued a ticket for breaking traffic law in Highland Village, Texas? No matter why you were written your violation, and no matter what class driver's license you were holding at the time, it is up to you to respond to your violation before it goes past due and into warrant. While pleading guilty to your offense may seem like the easiest way to respond to your ticket, points will be added to your driving record if you do, and you will be obliged to pay a fine. If you instead decide to challenge your violation in hopes of protecting your record from points, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you accomplish this endeavor. We are a North Texas-based traffic ticket law firm that has, since our establishment in 1994, helped drivers all across the DFW metroplex dispute traffic violations issued to them by police. We have experience defending both CDL holders and Class C drivers in court, so do not hesitate to reach out to us for superior defense against your Highland Village traffic violation. To learn more, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been issued a speeding ticket in Highland Village, Texas? Just as with any other traffic violation issued by police, a speeding ticket should be taken seriously and responded to by the date it is due. You must respond to your citation either by pleading guilty to your charges or by taking action to dispute them in court. If you are interested in disputing your violation, but do not know how to begin the legal process of doing so, call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We specialize in the disputation of all forms of traffic violations issued in the DFW area, including Highland Village speeding tickets. If we are hired to defend against your violation in court, we may attempt to seek you an alternative to points added to your driving record, such as reduced fines or driving safety courses. Or, if you believe that your case would be better represented at trial, we may be hired to fight your speeding ticket in the presence of a judge.
As a licensed Texas driver, it is your responsibility to take care of a traffic violation issued to you by police in the City of Highland Village, by the date it is due. If you do not respond to your ticket, either by pleading guilty to your offense or by taking steps to challenge it, but instead allow it to go past due, do not be surprised if the Highland Village Municipal Court takes disciplinary action against you. On a regular basis the Municipal Court exercises its power to issue arrest warrants for drivers with outstanding traffic violations, and could issue a warrant for you as well if your traffic ticket is overdue. Has the court issued a warrant for your arrest over your outstanding traffic ticket? Then be advised that the only way to get make sure that you are not arrested as a result is to get your warrant lifted. Fortunately, if you are interested in getting your traffic warrant lifted but do not know how to do so, you should know that the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has the legal power to get arrest warrants lifted on behalf of eligible motorists, as well as the ability to post bond. If our law firm is able to get your warrant lifted and bond posted for you, your case may be represented in court at a later date, and you will not have to worry about being arrested during or before Warrant Roundup season.
Any driver found to be breaking traffic law in Highland Village may be written a traffic ticket at the discretion of police, even commercial motorists. If you drive with a CDL, or commercial driver's license, and rely on it for work purposes, a traffic violation issued to you may be more far-reaching than it perhaps would be if issued to a Class C driver. This is because your means of living as a professional trucker is supported, in large part, by your clean driving record. Although you may be a safe CDL driver, traffic violation of any sort could reflect poorly on your driving habits, thus placing your career in jeopardy. That being said, it is your right to challenge your Highland Village CDL or trucking violation in court, if you would rather not see points added to your record and your livelihood placed on the line. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has a 20-year history of defending CDL holders in court, and understands what it takes to negotiate favorable deals on our clients' behalves. While you as a CDL holder are unfortunately not eligible for driving safety courses, deferred adjudication, and certain other plea agreements generally available to Class C drivers, there is still a chance that our law firm may be able to seek you an acceptable deal in court in place of points added to your driving record.
Let's say that you were recently convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Highland Village, Texas. Or perhaps you caused a car accident that resulted in injury to another driver, but did not pay for their subsequent medical care. These situations, or for reasons including unpaid State Surcharges or habitual traffic violations on your driving record, can warrant the suspension of your driver's license. If your driver's license has been designated for suspension, and if you are mailed a Notice of Suspension by DPS informing you of this development, you will have 20 calendar days to respond to it and request a DL suspension hearing. If a hearing is granted for you, it will be held in the Denton County Justice of the Peace Court, where Jack Byno & Associates will appear to help you dispute your looming DL suspension if hired to do so. If you are not granted a DL suspension hearing by DPS, or have already lost a hearing that was granted to you, you are most likely now finding it difficult to get by without the legal ability to drive. Fortunately, our law firm may be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to seek you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), which is a temporary DL sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License. If you are granted an ODL, you may use it to drive yourself to your place of employment and other important locations, until your Highland Village DL suspension is over.
Do you have questions pertaining to a traffic ticket you have received in Highland Village, Texas? Or perhaps you are interested in learning more about the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno and how we may be able to help you challenge your traffic violation in court. Please do not hesitate to give our law office a call and to allow a member of our legal team to expound upon speeding tickets, traffic warrants, CDL and trucking violations, DL suspension, or the potential disputation of your Highland Village citation. Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.