The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been practicing Texas traffic law for more than 20 years. During this time, we have challenged traffic violations, posted bonds, lifted warrants, and negotiated deals in court on behalf of our clients. Have you been pulled over by a police officer in McKinney, Texas, and written a ticket for speeding, driving without car insurance, or running a stop sign? No matter the reason behind your McKinney traffic ticket, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you keep points off of your driving record by pleading your case for the best possible deal. While we may be able to seek you deferred adjudication, reduced fines or driving safety courses, in lieu of points added to your driving record, we may also be hired to fight your case before a jury, in a trial setting, if your particular case calls for it. If you would like to learn more about our traffic ticket law firm and the legal services we provide for our clients, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
If you are caught speeding in the City of McKinney, or in a close-by Collin County town, there is a good chance that you will be written a speeding ticket by the police officer who pulled you over. You realize that points will be added to your driving record if you plead guilty to your violation, and you may now be considering a way to dispute your speeding ticket so that your record may be defended. For superior legal representation, look no further than the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For over 20 years, our law firm has been disputing speeding violations in the McKinney Municipal Court, and we know what it takes to seek a favorable outcome for each of our clients' cases.
No matter whether you hold a standard, Class C driver's license or a CDL, if you do not respond to a speeding ticket or other traffic violation you have been written in McKinney, Texas, it will eventually go to warrant. This means that if you do not plead guilty to your ticket or take action to dispute it, and it goes past due, the McKinney Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest. So that you may avoid arrest and incarceration, consider hiring Jack Byno & Associates to post your bond and get your warrant lifted.
A major reason to get your traffic warrant lifted as soon as possible is to avoid the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The McKinney Police Department, and law enforcement agencies all across the State of Texas, takes part in this roundup, which sees police working around the clock to find and arrest motorists who have previously been written traffic warrants. If your warrant is not lifted in a timely manner, the chance is high that you will be arrested during the McKinney Warrant Roundup, which takes place on an annual basis.
Do you hold a commercial driver's license? CDL holders, when issued traffic tickets in the City of McKinney, may be especially anxious to protect their driving records, and careers, from points added as a result of their violations. Fortunately, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been defending against McKinney CDL and trucking violations for over 20 years, and are experienced when it comes to protecting CDL holders' clean driving records in the Municipal Court. Even though you as a CDL driver are not eligible for deferred adjudication or State-approved driving safety courses, our law firm may still be able to work out a satisfactory deal for you in court. Often, our CDL clients are not obliged to appear alongside us in court while we try to work out a deal for them. This may prove beneficial for you if you are on the job or otherwise preoccupied.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been disputing driver's license suspension in McKinney, Texas, for over 20 years. No matter the reason behind the suspension of your driver's license, which can range from medical revocation to DWI, if the Department of Public Safety mails you a DL suspension notice, you will have a limited amount of time to seek a McKinney DL suspension hearing and to hire Jack Byno & Associates for legal defense. In the case that you driver's license has already been suspended, it is obviously too late for our lawyers to challenge your DL suspension in the Collin County Justice Court, but we may still be retained to seek, on your behalf, a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational Driver's License. Also referred to as an Essential Need License, an ODL would allow you to drive legally to work, and to other locations necessary to daily life, while your regular license is suspended. At all times, be sure to abide by Texas traffic law and any ODL stipulations that may be attached to your Essential Need License, as failure to do so could result in Driving While License Invalid (DWLI). It would be in your best interest to avoid a DWLI charge, as penalties associated with DWLI include high court fines, arrest, and prolonged DL suspension.
Since 1994, our law firm has been defending Class C and CDL drivers from traffic tickets issued in the City of McKinney, Texas. If you have questions concerning a speeding citation you have received, a traffic warrant that has been issued for you, or a CDL or trucking violation, we have the answers you are looking for. Do not waste time worrying about how your clean driving record may be affected by a traffic ticket issued to you in McKinney; instead get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to provide you with the swift legal defense you are looking for. If you would like additional information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or speak with a representative at 817-685-0912.
SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION