The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been challenging traffic tickets issued in the City of Kerens, and in surrounding Navarro County towns, for over 20 years. We are well-rehearsed in Texas traffic law and have previously represented both Class C drivers and CDL holders in the Kerens Municipal Court. If you have been issued a traffic violation in Kerens, but cannot afford to plead guilty to your citation, you may instead take choose to dispute your ticket in an effort to keep points off your driving record. You may of course attempt to do this on your own, but you may benefit more with assistance from Jack Byno & Associates. We may be retained to seek you an acceptable plea deal, such as probation, State-approved defensive driving courses, or reduced fines, and may also be hired to fight your violation in a trial setting, before a judge and jury, if you conclude that your case would benefit more from a trial. If you would like additional information on how our law firm may be able to help you protect your driving record from a violation you have received in Kerens, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been pulled over and written a ticket for speeding by a Kerens police officer? If so, you must decide whether it is in your best interest to plead guilty to your offense or to dispute it in hopes of keeping points off your driving record. As it happens, speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic violations issued in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and as such are frequently defended against by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Keep in mind that speeding tickets may seem like simple matters to deal with, but they can quickly become complicated when ignored or neglected. The sooner you respond to your Kerens speeding ticket, by either pleading guilty to it or taking action to dispute it, the better off your case will be.
Let's say that you have not responded to a traffic ticket you have been issued in the City of Kerens. If you wait too long to respond to your violation, and it becomes outstanding, the Kerens Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest. A traffic warrant issued for you means that your case has become more serious, and you can expect to be arrested if your warrant is not lifted in a timely manner. If you are looking to get your traffic warrant lifted, look no further than the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to get your warrant lifted, post bond on your behalf, and then defend your case in court at a later date. If your warrant gets lifted, you will be safe from arrest, including during the annual Kerens Warrant Roundup, which is an event that sees police cracking down on motorists with pending traffic warrants.
Those who hold commercial driver's licenses strive, at all times when behind the wheel, to follow traffic law lest they be pulled over and written traffic violations. CDL holders, who include firefighters, city bus drivers, and commercial truckers, may be keen to protect their means of living by challenging their Kerens-issued violations in an effort to keep points off their driving records. At Jack Byno & Associates, we have been challenging Kerens CDL and trucking violations since 1994. Although CDL drivers are not qualified for deferred adjudication, State-approved driving safety courses and other plea bargains that are often available to Class C drivers, our law firm may still be able to seek you a favorable deal as an alternative to points added to your driving record.
The Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) may be prompted to mail you a Notice of Suspension for a number of possible reasons. These reasons can include Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Kerens, overdue State Surcharges and even medical revocation at the recommendation of a physician. If you have received a Notice of Suspension from DPS in the mail, and request (and are granted) a Kerens DL suspension hearing with DPS within the time span allotted to you to respond to your notice, Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to dispute your looming DL suspension in the Navarro County Justice of the Peace Court.
Maybe your driver's license has already been suspended, whether because you have not been granted a DL suspension hearing by Texas DPS, or because you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that was granted to you. Are you now struggling to get by on a day-to-day basis now that you are without a driver's license? If so, you may benefit from an Occupational Driver's License, also known as an Essential Need License. If you are granted an ODL for the duration of your DL suspension, you would be able to use it to drive yourself to your place of employment, school functions, the grocery store and other locations essential to your daily life.
If you have been written a speeding ticket or moving violation in the City of Kerens, but are unsure as to how you should respond to it, do not waste time worrying about the course of action you should take. Instead, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Our legal team is standing by right now to take your call and to answer any questions you may have concerning speeding tickets, DL suspension, traffic warrants, CDL violations or the disputation of Kerens traffic citations in general. For more information, please take a moment to complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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