Police in the Cooke County City of Lindsay are keeping close watch over local traffic in an effort to ensure that all drivers, both Class C and CDL, are closely abiding by Texas traffic law. If a driver is found to be breaking traffic law in any way, such as by speeding, driving without a safety belt on or with defective auto equipment, they may be pulled over and written a traffic ticket. Traffic violations are serious matters and must be responded to in a timely manner, lest they go past due and into warrant. You may respond to a traffic violation issued to you in Lindsay, either by pleading guilty to it or taking action to dispute it in court. While pleading guilty to your violation would not be a wise decision on your part if you cannot afford points added to your driving record, taking steps to dispute it in court may be a better option, especially if you have the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno on your side. Our law firm has been practicing traffic law in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex for over 20 years and may be able to seek you a favorable deal in court, such as defensive driving courses, reduced fines or deferred probation, in lieu of points added to your driving record. We may also be retained to defend against your traffic violation before a judge, if you are interested in fighting your violation at trial. To learn more, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
The Lindsay Police Department is cracking down on motorists found to be driving over the legal speed limit while behind the wheel. If you have been written a speeding ticket in Lindsay, Texas, but are not keen on pleading guilty to it, you do not have to. Instead, you may retain professional legal representation from Jack Byno & Associates, who may be able to provide you with the information, tools and resources you need to successfully dispute your speeding ticket in court. We have been helping drivers dispute their Lindsay speeding tickets in court, and at the same time striving to help them keep their driving records clean, since 1994. If you do not challenge your speeding citation, nor take action to dispute it, the court will eventually take legal action against you.
If you are not already aware, you should be informed that the Lindsay Municipal Court will be prompted to take action against you, by issuing a warrant for your arrest, if you allow your traffic ticket to become outstanding. Because a traffic warrant means that you could be arrested at any time of the day or night, if one has been issued for you, it may be in your best interest to get it lifted before you are sought after by police and thrown behind bars. If the Municipal Court has issued a traffic warrant for you, but you have yet to be arrested because of it, chances are high that you will be arrested during an annual event known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Law enforcement in Lindsay participates in this roundup, during which it cracks down on drivers with pending traffic warrants. You will not have to worry about being arrested during Warrant Roundup season if you take action today to get your warrant lifted.
A commercial driver's license is different from a standard, Class C license in that its holder relies on it, and upon their clean driving record, to remain on the job and behind the wheel as a trucker, school bus driver, or ambulance driver. CDL drivers may therefore be anxious about being issued a violation while driving in the City of Lindsay, as points added to their driving record could potentially place their careers in harm's way. If you are a commercial driver interested in challenging your Lindsay CDL or trucking violation in hopes of protecting your clean driving record, contact the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno today. Although you as a CDL driver are not qualified for some plea bargains, such as deferred adjudication, our law firm may still be retained to defend against your violation by seeking you a satisfactory plea deal in court, perhaps even without the requirement of your presence.
Driver's license suspension often follows serious traffic offenses committed in Lindsay, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), habitual traffic violations, and even recommendations made by medical professionals to the Department of Public Safety. No matter why Texas DPS has designated your driver's license for suspension, and subsequently mailed you a Notice of Suspension, you may choose to challenge your looming DL suspension by requesting a DL suspension hearing. If DPS grants you a hearing, it will be held in the Cooke County Justice Court, which is where Jack Byno & Associates may appear to represent you if hired to do so. Sometimes, however, it is not possible for our law firm to defend against our clients' DL suspensions, as their licenses have already been suspended. This may be the situation you have found yourself in if you were not granted a Lindsay DL suspension hearing by DPS, or if you were granted a hearing but lost your case. In this case, we may be able to seek you a temporary driver's license that, if granted to you, you may use to drive legally for the duration of your Lindsay DL suspension. This temporary license is called an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), or an Essential Need License, and allows its holders to easier endure their DL suspensions.
Are you interested in learning more about the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno and how we may be retained to help you dispute a traffic violation you have been issued in Lindsay? Our legal team is standing by right now to answer your call and to provide you with more information concerning Lindsay speeding tickets, CDL and trucking violations, driver's license suspension and Occupational DLs, bonds and traffic warrants. Please take a moment to complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or contact the law office via phone at 817-685-0912.
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