The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno specializes in the disputation of traffic tickets issued in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, including in the Collin County town of Melissa, Texas. You may be pulled over in Melissa and written a traffic violation for several possible reasons, including for failure to wear a seat belt, driving with defective auto equipment, speeding, running a red light or stop sign, or parking your vehicle in a no-park zone. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your traffic violation, it is your right as a licensed Texas driver to challenge your Melissa ticket if you would rather not plead guilty to it, or simply cannot afford to plead guilty to it. If you hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you challenge your citation, we may be able to seek you reduced fines, deferred adjudication, State-approved defensive driving courses, or another alternative to points added to your driving record.
If you have concluded that your case would benefit more from a trial setting, in which your traffic violation would be fought in the presence of a judge, our law firm may also be retained to defend you at trial. For more information on how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you successfully dispute your Melissa traffic violation, so that points may be kept off your driving record, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic citations issued to drivers in the City of Melissa. But even though they are frequently written by police, and even though they may seem like simple matters to deal with, speeding tickets are serious violations and should not be taken lightly. If you are pulled over by a police officer in Melissa, and written a ticket for speeding, you have a few options to consider. You may plead guilty to your offense, but points will then be added to your driving record, and you will be obliged to pay a fine. You may simply ignore your ticket until it goes past due, but this lack of action on your part may eventually lead to severe penalties, such as your arrest. If you consider neither of these options and instead decide to defend your clean driving record by disputing your speeding citation, remember that the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you with this goal, either by seeking a favorable plea deal on your behalf in court or by fighting your case at trial.
A driver who ignores a speeding ticket or other traffic violation issued to them by the Melissa Police Department, to the point that their violation has gone past due, can expect for the Melissa Municipal Court to eventually issue a warrant for their arrest. Has a warrant for your arrest been issued by the court? Then your case is obviously more serious than it was before, as you could be arrested and thrown behind bars at any time unless your traffic warrant gets lifted. At Jack Byno & Associates, our attorneys have posted bonds, gotten arrest warrants lifted, and subsequently represented out clients in court for more than 20 years. We understand that it is your goal to stay behind the wheel and out of jail, so get in touch with us today and see if we can't get your warrant lifted.
While our law firm would advise you to get your Melissa traffic warrant lifted as soon as possible, so that you may avoid arrest, if your traffic warrant remains out it is possible that you will be caught off guard by a yearly event known as the Melissa Warrant Roundup. The Melissa Warrant Roundup commences simultaneously with the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, during which law enforcement is ordered to locate and arrest motorists who have previously been issued warrants by the courts. Motorists unaware of this annual event, and who do not act fast to get their traffic warrants lifted, are arrested every year during Warrant Roundup season; do not allow yourself to become one of these motorists. Take action today to get your warrant lifted.
Just like a Class C driver, if you hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) and are found to be committing a traffic offense in the City of Melissa, a police officer may choose to pull you over and write you a ticket for your offense. But in contrast to a Class C driver, you as a CDL holder must maintain your clean driving record for work purposes. Because points added to your driving record could potentially place your career in harm's way, you may be leaning toward challenging your Melissa CDL or trucking violation in court, rather than pleading guilty to your offense. Fortunately, if disputing your violation is the course of action you want to take, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to provide you with the experience and skill your case deserves. Although you are not entitled to deferred adjudication and other deals generally available to Class C drivers, we may still be able to negotiate a satisfactory deal on your behalf. Let us help you protect your clean driving record, and means of living, in court.
Perhaps you have been sent, through the mail, a Notice of Suspension from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). This notice has been sent to inform you that your driver's license has been scheduled for suspension by DPS, and will be within 20 calendar days unless you request, and are granted, a DL suspension hearing. There are a number of possible reasons behind DPS' decision to suspend your license. These reasons can encompass a DWI conviction on your driving record, habitual traffic violations committed in Melissa, Texas, unpaid State Surcharges, and even medical revocation at the recommendation of a doctor. No matter the cause behind your looming DL suspension, a DL suspension hearing, if granted to you, would allow you to dispute the imminent suspension of your driver's license in the Collin County Justice of the Peace Court.
Has Texas DPS granted you a DL suspension hearing? While you may choose to dispute your DL suspension in the JP Court on your own, your case may have a better outcome with Jack Byno & Associates on your side. But perhaps you are not able to hire our law firm to challenge your Melissa DL suspension in court, maybe because you have already lost a hearing that was previously granted to you. In this case, it may seem that you are without legal options when it comes to staying behind the wheel legally, but this may not necessarily be so. Our law firm may be retained to apply you for an Occupational Driver's License, which is a temporary DL sometimes called an Essential Need License. If we seek and acquire you an ODL, you will be allowed to drive to school, work, and other venues you require transportation to every day. But if you are granted an ODL to use for the duration of your DL suspension, you must remember at all times that this temporary license is a privilege and may be attached to certain driving restrictions. While common ODL restrictions can include when and where you may drive, failure to obey them can result in Driving While License Invalid (DWLI), a charge associated with arrest, prolonged DL suspension and other penalties.
Would you like more information on how Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to help you challenge your Melissa traffic violation in court? Or perhaps you would like to learn more about speeding tickets, DL suspension, Occupational Driver's Licenses (ODLs), CDL violations, bonds, traffic warrants, or Municipal Court proceedings. Our legal team is standing by right now to answer any questions you may have concerning these matters and the general disputation of Melissa traffic violations. Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or contact us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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