In Krugerville, Texas and surrounding Denton County towns, law enforcement is cracking down on Class C and CDL motorists found to be breaking traffic law in any way. While reasons behind the issuance of your Krugerville traffic violation can include driving over the legal speed limit, driving without your seat belt on, disregarding a traffic control device or even failing to use a turn signal when you should have, your ticket must be responded to before it becomes outstanding and goes into warrant. If you are not able to afford to plead guilty to your violation, or are hoping to protect your clean driving record from points, it may be in your best interest to challenge the offense you have been charged with. While you may attempt to do so on your own, your case may be better represented with professional legal representation on your side. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, a reputable law firm with over 20 years of experience defending against traffic violations in the Municipal Court, may be able to provide you with this representation. We may be able to seek you a favorable plea agreement in court, such as State-approved driving safety courses, deferred adjudication (probation), or reduced fines, in lieu of points added to your driving record. Are you interested in learning more about our law firm and the possible disputation of your Krugerville traffic violation? Please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding is an easy traffic offense to commit, making the speeding ticket one of the most common traffic violations issued to drivers in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex. No matter what class driver's license you hold, a speeding ticket may be issued to you in the City of Krugerville if police radar catches you driving over the legal speed limit. A speeding ticket may appear trivial at first glance, but it may quickly become more serious if taken lightly, forgotten about or not responded to in a timely manner. If you have decided to challenge your Krugerville speeding ticket in an effort to protect your driving record from points, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you accomplish this endeavor in court. We may be able to seek you deferred adjudication or another plea deal, or we may be hired to fight your violation before a judge and jury, in a formal trial setting.
If you have not responded to a traffic ticket issued to you in Krugerville, Texas, but have instead allowed your violation to go past due (whether accidentally or on purpose), the Krugerville Municipal Court will take disciplinary action against you by issuing a warrant for your arrest. In the instance that your citation has gone past due, and the Municipal Court has consequently issued you a traffic warrant, you could be sought after by police and arrested at any time of the day or night, unless your take swift legal action to get your warrant lifted. If you are interested in avoiding jail time by getting your traffic warrant lifted, but do not know how to go about doing this, contact the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since our establishment in 1994, we have gotten traffic warrants lifted, and bonds posted, on behalf of eligible clients in Krugerville, Texas. If we are hired to lift your traffic warrant, and are successfully able to do so, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup (a time of year during which law enforcement all over the State is required to locate and arrest as many drivers as possible who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the courts). If we are also able to post bond for you, your case may be represented in court at a later date.
While the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is often retained by Class C drivers to defend against traffic tickets written to them in Krugerville, our attorneys may also be hired by commercial motorists for defense against CDL and trucking violations. CDL holders, who include emergency vehicle operators, school bus drivers and professional truckers, may be issued traffic tickets for speeding and other moving violations just like the average driver may be, but unlike the average motorist, a CDL holder relies on his or her commercial driver's license, and clean driving record, for work purposes. If you are a CDL holder who has been written a CDL violation in Krugerville, and are intent are protecting your means of living and driving record from points, consider seeking counsel from Jack Byno & Associates. Although it is true that commercial drivers are ineligible for probation, defensive driving courses, and other plea deals that may be negotiated on behalf of Class C drivers, our experienced attorneys may still be able to work out a satisfactory deal for you in court.
Driver's license suspension is a penalty that often follows a serious traffic offense, such as a drunk driving (DWI) conviction, habitual Krugerville traffic violations accumulated on one's driving record, and occasionally for reasons out of the control of the driver, such as at the recommendation of a medical professional. Are you are afraid that your driver's license is in danger of being suspended as a result of one of the aforementioned reasons? Please be advised that, in the case that the Department of Public Safety does decide to suspend your DL, you will be notified beforehand via a mailed Notice of Suspension. A Notice of Suspension mailed to your Krugerville address will allot you 20 calendar days to request a DL suspension hearing with DPS, which will be held in the Denton County Justice of the Peace Court if granted to you. If you hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you challenge your DL suspension in court, our attorneys would do their best to get your looming suspension overruled.
Are you a Krugerville motorist whose driver's license has already been suspended by DPS? No matter whether you lost a DL suspension hearing that was granted to you, or were simply not granted a hearing in the first place, then you may now be struggling to get by without the ability to drive legally. In the case that you are finding it difficult to commute to work, school, the store, and other locations essential to your daily life, you may be interested in applying for a temporary driver's license referred to as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL) or Essential Need License. Our law firm may be retained to apply for an ODL on your behalf and, if granted to you, this ODL would allow you to drive legally until your regular driver's license is no longer suspended. Please be aware that ODLs come with particular driving restrictions that must be abided by at all times. While common ODL driving restrictions include when you may drive, and locations you may drive to, failure to obey these restrictions can result in a Driving While License Invalid (DWLI) charge, which itself may result in your arrest.
Are you interested in disputing a traffic ticket issued to you in Krugerville, Texas? Would you like more information on how Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to help you do this in a court of law? Then pick up the phone and give our law office a call. No matter whether you drive with a standard, Class C driver's license or a CDL, our lawyers may be able to help you defend against your violation and protect your driving record from points that would otherwise be added. For more information on Krugerville speeding tickets, traffic warrants, CDL and trucking violations, driver's license suspension, or the legal services that may be provided by our law firm, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or speak with a member of our staff at 817-685-0912.
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