Law enforcement in Irving, and in surrounding Dallas County communities, keeps close watch over motorists in and around the city. There is a good chance that you will be pulled over by an Irving police officer if you are caught speeding or committing another traffic offense. Are you a commercial driver or Class C motorist who has recently been issued a traffic violation in Irving? No matter the reason behind your traffic offense, which can range from driving over the speed limit to forgetting to wear a seat belt, you do not have to plead guilty to your ticket you do not want to. You may instead take legal action to dispute your citation, and the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to assist you with this endeavor. Since 1994, we have represented CDL holders and Class C drivers alike from violations issued to them in Irving, and may be be retained to provide you with the same legal representation. For more information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets are written by police every day in the City of Irving. Speeding is an easy traffic offense to commit, and even the most careful of drivers may be pulled over and written a ticket for driving over the speed limit. Fortunately, Jack Byno & Associates specializes in helping motorists protect their clean driving records from points otherwise accumulated by pleading guilty to an Irving speeding violation. While we may seek a plea deal on your behalf in lieu of points added to your record, we may also be hired to fight your citation at trial. In a trial setting, you as our client would have the opportunity to present, before the judge, you side of the story, concerning the situation in which you were issued your speeding ticket. The police officer who write you the violation will also present his or her side of the story. If the evidence presented proves that you committed no traffic offense when originally pulled over, or if the officer does not appear in court, your ticket will be dismissed and your case won.
The Irving Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest if you do not respond to a traffic ticket you have been written in Irving, Texas. In other words, you will be arrested if you do not respond to your pending Irving traffic violation by either pleading guilty to it or taking legal action to dispute it. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been posting bonds and lifting traffic warrants in Irving for over 20 years. While it is important to get your traffic warrant lifted as soon as possible in order to avoid incarceration, another reason to get your warrant lifted is the Irving Warrant Roundup. During the Irving Warrant Roundup (which is a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup), the Irving police department requires its officers to arrest motorists who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the Municipal Court.
Perhaps you were pulled over and written a traffic ticket in Irving while driving with a commercial driver's license (CDL). Because you as a CDL holder rely upon your clean driving record to remain on the job, you may be feeling anxious about a pleading guilty to your CDL or trucking violation. Before you take steps to challenge your citation on your own, consider getting in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. Since 1994, we have defended the driving records of commercial truckers, firefighters, bus drivers and other CDL holders, and by extension have helped them protect their livelihoods. Our law firm may be able to help you defend your career, as well, by seeking you a favorable deal in the Irving Municipal Court. We may be hired to seek you a deal, even though probation and State-approved driving safety courses are not available to CDL drivers.
Sometimes, traffic offenses committed by drivers in the City of Irving are serious enough to warrant DL suspension. The Texas Department of Public Safety may designate your driver's license for suspension for reasons including habitual Irving traffic violations, a drunk driving (DWI) conviction, failure to pay any State Surcharges you may owe, or even a failed medical evaluation. While Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to challenge your DL suspension in the Dallas County Justice of the Peace Court, if your driver's license has already been suspended (whether because you did not respond to a Notice of Suspension mailed to you by Texas DPS, or because you lost a DL suspension hearing that was granted to you), we may be able to acquire you an Occupational Driver's License. An ODL is temporary and, if granted to you, would allow you to drive legally to work, school, the store and other locations you cannot do without.
If you are worried about points being added to your driving record as a result of a traffic ticket that you have been issued in Irving, Texas, call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno today. No matter whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL, our legal representatives are standing by right now to answer any questions you may have about how you may dispute your violation and protect your driving record. If you seek additional information regarding the legal services our law firm provides, or about Irving traffic tickets, CDL and trucking violations, court-issued traffic warrants, DL suspension or Municipal Court proceedings, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call us at 817-685-0912.
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