SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Law enforcement in Mayfield, Texas is keeping a close watch over drivers in and around the city, in order to catch motorists who are breaking traffic law while behind the wheel. Have you been pulled over by a law enforcement official in Mayfield, and subsequently written a traffic ticket? No matter why you have been issued your violation, whether it be for speeding, disregarding a traffic control device, driving with defective auto equipment, or failing to yield right of way, you have a few options to consider as to how you should respond to your charges. You may consider pleading guilty to your offense, but if you do so you will be obliged to pay a fine, and points will be added to your driving record. You may ignore your citation, but this lack of action on your part will only make matters more complicated than they already are. You may challenge your violation, and this may be the best option for you, especially if you cannot afford for your offense to be added to your record. Jack Byno & Associates, a reputable traffic ticket law firm based in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, may be able to help you dispute your ticket in court, in an effort to protect your driving record from points that would otherwise be added. To find out more about our law firm and how we may be of service to you, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
For over 20 years, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been defending against all forms of traffic violations, including speeding tickets, issued to drivers in the City of Mayfield. Although it is true that the speeding ticket is a common citation and written every day to motorists all across North Texas, driving over the legal speed limit is illegal and a ticketable traffic offense. Once you have been handed a speeding ticket, it is your responsibility to respond to it before it goes past due, either by challenging your charges or by pleading guilty to them. Drivers who are hoping to defend their driving records may choose to challenge their violations instead of plead guilty to them, and can turn to Jack Byno & Associates for help in accomplishing this endeavor in court. In the past, our law firm has successfully sought deferred adjudication, defensive driving courses, and other plea deals in lieu of points added to our clients' records. But if you would rather fight your Mayfield speeding ticket at trial in an effort to get it dismissed, our law firm may also be retained to defend your case before a judge.
Perhaps you were written a traffic ticket in Mayfield recently, but promptly forgot about it (or purposefully neglected it) to the point that it is now in warrant. When a Mayfield traffic ticket goes into warrant, it means that the Municipal Court has issued a warrant for the arrest of the driver to which it was issued. An arrest warrant is just as serious as it sounds, and as long as it remains out for you, you could be arrested and thrown in jail at any time of the day or night. Fortunately, Jack Byno & Associates know what it takes to get Mayfield traffic warrants lifted, and bonds posted on behalf of eligible motorists.
If you hire the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to post bond for you and to lift your Mayfield warrant, and we are successful in our attempts to do so, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup will no longer be a concern for you. The Great Texas Warrant Roundup takes place in cities all across the State on annual basis, and sees law enforcement making an especial effort to find and arrest drivers who have pending traffic warrants hanging over their heads. By taking appropriate legal measures to get your warrant lifted, you are saving yourself from the stress of arrest and incarceration during Warrant Roundup season.
Firefighters, ambulance drivers, truckers, school bus drivers, and other individuals who hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) all rely upon their clean driving records as a form of job security. This means that, if you are a commercial driver who has been issued a CDL or trucking violation in Mayfield, Texas, it may not be in your best interest to plead guilty to your offense, even though doing so may be easier than challenging your violation in court. If you do plead guilty to your offense and points are added to your driving record, your reputation as a safe driver will be no more, and your career could be placed in jeopardy. Since the founding of our traffic ticket law firm over 20 years ago, Jack Byno & Associates has been helping CDL drivers just like you defend their means of living by defending against traffic violations issued to them. Even though it is unfortunately true that probation, State-approved driving safety courses, and certain other plea deals are out of reach for CDL holders, our law has previously negotiated satisfactory plea agreements on behalf of our CDL clients in Mayfield, and may be able to do the same for you.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) may suspend your driver's license for a number of possible reasons. These reasons can encompass a Mayfield drunk driving conviction, unpaid State Surcharges, medical revocation at the recommendation of a physician, habitual traffic violations on one's driving record, and causing a car accident but failing to show proof of valid auto insurance (Crash Suspension). If DPS has set your license for suspension, the department will inform you of your impending DL suspension in advance, through a mailed Notice of Suspension. This notice will allot you a certain amount of time to request a DL suspension hearing, which, if granted to you, will take place in the Hill County Justice of the Peace and will provide you with the opportunity to challenge the suspension of your driver's license. While you may hire the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to help you dispute your Mayfield DL suspension in the JP court, in the case that your license has already been suspended by DPS (perhaps you have lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted to you), our law firm may still be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to obtain you a temporary DL commonly referred to as an Occupational Driver's License, or ODL. If granted to you, you may use your ODL to drive legally to school, your place of employment, the grocery store, and other location essential to your daily life, until your regular driver's license is no longer suspended.
Are you considering challenging a traffic ticket that has been issued to you in Mayfield, but would first like more information on how Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you realize this goal? Then pick up the phone and give our law office a call today. Because our attorneys have been practicing Texas traffic law for more than 20 years, and because we have experience defending Class C drivers and CDL holders alike in the Mayfield courts, rest assured that if hired to defend your driving record from points otherwise added as a result of your violation, we will do our best to ensure that your case is seen through to the best possible outcome. To learn more, or for additional information on DL suspension, speeding tickets, trucking violations, or traffic warrants, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call us at 817-685-0912.