SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Law enforcement in Myra, Texas keeps a close eye out for drivers who are found to be breaking traffic law in any way while behind the wheel. Perhaps you have been pulled over in the City of Myra, and written a traffic ticket for speeding, driving without your seat belt on, or another ticketable offense. A traffic ticket should not be taken lightly, and once one is in your hands it is your responsibility to respond to it before it becomes overdue. In order to respond to your traffic violation, all you have to do is either plead guilty to the offense you have been charged with, or take the appropriate steps to challenge it. Pleading guilty to your ticket will leave points on your driving record (and you will be obliged to pay a fine), but by disputing your violation, your driving record may be protected from points. Have you decided to dispute your traffic ticket in an effort to keep points off your driving record? You may attempt to accomplish this goal on your own, but your case may benefit more from legal representation provided by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For over 20 years our law firm has challenged all forms of traffic tickets written in Myra, and may be retained to do to the same for you. For more information, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets are a common traffic violation and written daily to motorists, both Class C and CDL, in the City of Myra. Has a police officer in Myra written you a speeding ticket? If you would rather not see points added to your driving record, or cannot afford to plead guilty to your offense, it would not be wise to do so. Instead, why not exercise your right as a licensed Texas driver to dispute your ticket in court? If hired to help you defend against your speeding ticket, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to negotiate a favorable deal on your behalf in court, such as deferred adjudication, defensive driving courses or reduced fines, so that your record may be protected from points.
Perhaps you believe that your speeding ticket was issued to you under questionable circumstances, and have concluded that your case would be better served in a trial setting. Just as the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be hired to seek you a plea deal in court, we may also be retained to help you fight your speeding citation before a judge, in an effort to get it dismissed. During a trial, you would be required to appear in court with your attorney, as would the Myra police officer who wrote you the violation. Both you and the officer would be permitted to present your respective sides of the story, concerning the day you were written your ticket, and all evidence presented will be considered by the presiding judge. If evidence points to your innocence, or if the police officer does not appear in court, your ticket may then be dismissed.
If you are issued a traffic ticket in Myra, but do not take responsibility for it and instead allow it to go past due, the Myra Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. No matter whether your traffic violation was purposefully neglected or simply forgotten about, a traffic warrant issued for you by the court means that you could be arrested at any time of day or night, even if you hold a commercial driver's license. The only way to ensure that you will not be arrested and incarcerated as a result of your warrant, is to take timely action to get it lifted. Are you interested in getting your traffic warrant lifted, but do not know how to go about doing this? Then get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since 1994, we have posted bonds and gotten traffic warrants lifted on behalf of clients facing looming arrest, and may be able to provide you with the same service. If we are hired to get your warrants lifted, and are successful in our attempts to do so, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested, even during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The Warrant Roundup is a time of year during which police are required to find and arrest motorists who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the courts.
Individuals who hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) may be feeling anxious about a traffic ticket written to them in Myra, Texas, perhaps more so than the average, Class C driver would be. Because CDL holders' careers are dependent upon their clean driving records, and their responsible driving habits, pleading guilty to their violations (and allowing points to be added to their driving records) could potentially place their means of living in harm's way. Therefore, it may behoove you to challenge your violation in court instead, in an effort to protect your career as a commercial trucker, school bus driver, or emergency vehicle driver. Have you made the decision to hire Jack Byno & Associates to challenge your Myra traffic violation for you? While our law firm may be able to seek you a satisfactory plea agreement in court, please be aware that deferred adjudication, State-approved driving safety courses, and certain other deals are out of reach for commercial drivers.
In the City of Myra, drivers who have been convicted of habitual traffic violations, Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), or other serious traffic offenses, may be mailed a Notice of Suspension by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Once mailed to you, a Notice of Suspension will inform you that DPS has designated your driver's license for suspension, and will allot you 20 days to request a DL suspension hearing. You may hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you dispute your Myra DL suspension in the Cooke County Justice of the Peace Court, if a hearing is granted for you by DPS. In the case that your driver's license has already been suspended, our law firm may still be able to help you stay behind the wheel. We may be able to seek you what's known as an Occupational Driver's License (or ODL). If you are granted an ODL for the duration of your Myra DL suspension, you may use it to drive to work, school functions, and other essential locations.
Do you have questions concerning the disputation of a traffic ticket you have been written in Myra? Then call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Our attorneys have been practicing Texas traffic law in Myra, Texas, and in communities all across the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, since 1994, and are fully prepared to answer any questions you may have concerning speeding tickets, traffic warrants, bonds, driver's license suspension, CDL and trucking violations, or how we may be able to seek you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). For additional information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give us a call at 817-685-0912.