You may be pulled over and written a traffic ticket in Burleson, Grandview, Cleburne, or another Johnson County city at any time. You can expect to receive a traffic violation from police if you choose to drive over the speed limit, forget to fasten your safety belt, or get behind the wheel without proof of valid car insurance, among other reasons. If you have been written a traffic citation by police in Johnson County, pick up the phone and give the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno a call. We have been practicing Texas traffic law for more than 20 years and may be hired to defend against your violation in the Municipal Court, or in the Johnson County Justice Court, even if you hold a CDL. While we may be retained to seek a plea deal on your behalf, such as deferred adjudication, we may also be hired to defend your case at trial. For additional information on traffic ticket defense provided by Jack Byno & Associates, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been written a speeding ticket in the City of Alvarado, or in another Johnson County town? Speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic offenses committed in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and therefore one of the most common violations defended in court by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Whether you are a Class C driver or have a commercial driver's license, our lawyers may be able to help you challenge your Johnson County speeding citation if you cannot afford points added to your driving record.
Have you been made aware that a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the court? This could very well be the situation you have found yourself in if you have not responded to a speeding ticket, or other traffic violation, issued to you by a police officer in Johnson County. Bear in mind that you will be arrested and incarcerated if you do not get your traffic warrant lifted as soon as possible. You may even be arrested during the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup, when police in Johnson County, and in communities all over the State, crack down on drivers caught going over the speed limit. In order to avoid being arrested during or before the Warrant Roundup, consider hiring the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to get your warrants lifted, to post bond for you, and to subsequently provide you with superior legal representation in court.
Do you hold a commercial driver's license? If you do, you are well-aware that you are obliged to abide by Texas traffic law at all times while behind the wheel and on the job. Sometimes, however, CDL drivers are found to be committing a CDL or trucking violation, and are ticketed for such. A traffic violation can potentially impact the driving record and livelihood of a CDL driver, so if you have been written a traffic ticket in Johnson County, you may be worried about how you should respond to it. Fortunately, Jack Byno & Associates have been defending CDL violations in Johnson County since 1994. Deferred adjudication may be unattainable for fire truck drivers, bus drivers, commercial truck drivers and other CDL motorists, but our law firm may still be able to negotiate a deal for you, so that your livelihood may be defended.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been defending Class C and CDL drivers in Johnson County, and in other Dallas-Fort Worth communities, for more than 20 years. We are well-rehearsed in all aspects of Texas traffic law and are ready to help you challenge your traffic violation, so that points may be kept off your driving record. If you would like more information on Johnson County speeding tickets, CDL and trucking violations, traffic warrants or how Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to work out a plea deal on your behalf in court, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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