In the City of Milford, Texas, law enforcement is making an especial effort to catch and write tickets to motorists caught violating traffic law. Have police caught you driving over the legal speed limit, disregarding a traffic control device, driving without your seat belt on, or committing another traffic offense in Milford? If you are consequently pulled over and issued a traffic ticket, you must respond to your violation before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to it or by taking legal steps to challenge it. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your offense and pay your resulting fine, or if you simply want to avoid points added to your driving record if at all possible, it may be in your best interest to challenge your traffic ticket rather than plead guilty to it. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have over 20 years of experience defending against all forms of traffic tickets issued in Ellis County. In the past we have represented both Class C drivers and CDL holders in court, and if hired to represent you, we may be able to seek you a plea deal, such as State-approved driving safety courses, deferred adjudication or reduced fines, in lieu of points added to your driving record. In some cases, we may instead be hired to fight Mildred traffic tickets at trial, in the presence of a judge, in an effort to get them dismissed. To learn more about the legal services offered by our traffic ticket law firm, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Perhaps you were recently written a speeding ticket while driving through the City of Milford. Just as with any other traffic ticket issued in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, a speeding violation should not be set aside but rather responded to in a timely manner. If you are uncertain as to how you should respond to your speeding ticket, you may benefit from counsel provided by Jack Byno & Associates. In the case that you choose to respond to your speeding violation by challenging it in court, keep in mind that you may retain our law firm to help you defend against your ticket therein. If you neither challenge your ticket nor plead guilty to it before it goes past due, the Milford Municipal Court may be prompted to take disciplinary action against you.
If you are not already aware, you should know that one of the functions of the Milford Municipal Court is to issue arrest warrants for drivers who neither plead guilty to traffic tickets issued to them in Milford, nor dispute them before they go past due. Overdue traffic violations are not tolerated, and if a warrant is issued over your outstanding traffic citation, you could soon be arrested as a consequence. Are you afraid that arrest looms in your very near future now that a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the Municipal Court? Your fear could soon be realized unless you take action to get your warrant lifted. Are you looking to get your traffic warrant lifted in order to avoid jail time? Then look no further than the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since our founding in 1994, we have gotten traffic warrants lifted and bonds posted on behalf of our eligible clients. If we are able to post your bond and get your traffic warrant lifted, you will be safe from arrest, even during Warrant Roundup season (an annual event during which police are required to arrest motorists with pending traffic warrants), and your case may be represented in court at a later date.
Individuals who rely on a commercial driver's license (CDL) for work as a professional trucker, emergency vehicle driver, or school bus driver understand just how important it is to obey Texas traffic law while behind the wheel and on the job. Not only for their own safety and for the safety of other drivers around them, but for the security of their careers. If you do happen to be pulled over and written a CDL or trucking violation while traveling through Milford, pleading guilty to your offense may not be an option for you to consider, as doing so would leave points on your clean driving record and potentially endanger your means of living. Instead, why not consider disputing your Milford citation in an effort to defend your livelihood. Although it is unfortunately true that you as a CDL holder are unfortunately ineligible for deferred adjudication (probation), defensive driving courses and certain other plea deals, our law firm is experienced and may still be able to seek you an acceptable agreement in court.
For a number of possible reasons, the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) may send you a Notice of Suspension in the mail, informing you of the impending suspension of your driver's license. Reasons that may warrant the suspension of your driver's license can range from medical revocation to serious Milford traffic offenses, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). In any case, you DL suspension notice will allow you a certain amount of time to request a DL suspension hearing at which to dispute your looming DL suspension. If you are granted a hearing, you may hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you challenge the suspension of your driver's license in the Ellis County Justice of the Peace Court. But perhaps you have already lost a hearing that was previously granted to you by DPS. If you are now finding it difficult to get to work, school, the grocery store and other locations you cannot do without on a daily basis, you may benefit from a temporary DL referred to as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). If you are granted an ODL (sometimes called an Essential Need License) for the duration of your Milford DL suspension, you would be allowed to drive legally until your regular license is no longer suspended.
If you have any inquiries regarding a traffic ticket issued to you recently in the City of Milford, or would like more information on speeding tickets, traffic warrants, DL suspension, CDL violations or the general disputation of traffic citations, please do not hesitate to call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For more than 20 years, our traffic ticket law firm has been helping drivers just like you, both CDL and Class C, defend against all forms of traffic tickets issued by the Milford Police Department. We specialize in protecting our clients' driving records from points otherwise added a result of their traffic violations, so get in touch with us today if swift legal representation is what you are looking for. For additional information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or contact us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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