Law enforcement in New Fairview, Texas and surrounding Wise County towns are stepping up and cracking down on drivers caught violating traffic law. There are a number of possible reasons that you may be pulled over and issued a traffic ticket in New Fairview. These reasons can encompass driving over the legal speed limit, failing to yield right of way, driving with defective auto equipment, running a red light, and other moving violations. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your New Fairview traffic violation, and no matter whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL, you have an important decision to make concerning how you will respond to your citation. If you respond by pleading guilty to the offense you have been charged with, you can expect to pay a fine, and points will be added to your driving record. If you respond by challenging your ticket instead, there is a good chance that points will be kept off your record. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have over 20 years of experience defending Class C and CDL drivers in court against traffic violations issued to them by police in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex. If you would rather not plead guilty to your traffic citation, but are not sure that you would be able to dispute it successfully on your own, consider retaining professional representation from us. If you would like to learn more about how we may be of service to you, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Every day in New Fairview, Texas, motorists caught driving over the speed limit are pulled over and written speeding violations by law enforcement. Perhaps you are one such driver who has recently been issued a speeding ticket in the city. Just as with any other citation you may receive, you must either plead guilty to the offense you have been charged with, or take the necessary legal action to challenge it in a court of law, by the date your citation is due. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your speeding ticket, or would simply like to keep points off your driving record if at all possible, it would not be wise to do so. Instead, why not take action to dispute your violation, and with help from Jack Byno & Associates? If hired to represent you in court, we may be able to seek you deferred probation, driving safety courses, or another plea agreement in lieu of points added to your record. In the case that you believe your New Fairview speeding ticket was issued to you under questionable circumstances, and is therefore debatable in court, we may instead be retained to help you fight your violation at trial, in an effort to get it dismissed.
When drivers are issued speeding tickets or other traffic violations in New Fairview, but do not respond to their citations in due time, the New Fairview Municipal Court may be prompted to issue traffic warrants for the motorists at question. Have you allowed a ticket issued to you in the city to go past due? Whether you forgot about your violation or purposefully neglected it, if the court has issued a warrant for your arrest over your outstanding ticket, you could be arrested and incarcerated at potentially any time of day or night. Because arrest looms in your near future for as long as your warrant remains out for you, it may be in your best interest to get your warrant lifted. Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to provide you with this service.
For over 20 years, motorists who have been issued traffic warrants by the New Fairview Municipal Court have relied on the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to get their warrants lifted. If you are an eligible driver, our attorneys may be retained to lift your New Fairview traffic warrant as well. If we are able to do this successfully on your behalf, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested because of your warrant, not even during Warrant Roundup season. Warrant Roundup season, also referred to as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, is a time of year when law enforcement all over the State cracks down on drivers with pending traffic warrants. If our law firm helps you avoid arrest during the roundup by getting your warrant lifted, and is also able to post bond for you, your case may be represented later in court by our law firm.
Individuals who hold commercial driver's licenses may be written traffic violations in New Fairview just as the regular, Class C driver may. But unlike the average motorist, CDL holders must keep their careers as professional motorists in mind when responding to their violations. This is because your career as a bus driver, interstate trucker, or other commercial driver is dependent upon your clean driving record. If you were to plead guilty to your violation, and allow points to be added to your driving record, you could be seen as an irresponsible driver by your employer. In a worst-case scenario, you could even lose your job. Even though it may be easier to plead guilty to your New Fairview CDL or trucking violation, it may not be in the best interest of your career. If you would like to challenge your charges in court, but believe that you would not be able to do so successfully on your own, get in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. Although it is true that you as a commercial driver are ineligible for probation and certain other plea deals, in lieu of points added to your record, our attorneys are experienced and may still be able to work out a satisfactory agreement for you. We may even be able to appear in court on your behalf if you are unable to appear on your own due to work obligations.
Driver's license suspension is a penalty reserved for motorists who are convicted of serious traffic offenses, such as drunk driving (DWI), in the City of New Fairview. Other reasons your license may be suspended can include habitual traffic violations on your driving record, having unpaid State Surcharges hanging over your head, and even being deemed unfit to drive by a medical professional. No matter why the Department of Public Safety has designated your driver's license for suspension, you will be notified of this development in advance by Texas DPS, who will mail a Notice of Suspension to your address in New Fairview. Upon receiving this notice, you will have 20 calendar days to respond and request a DL suspension hearing at which to challenge the looming suspension of your driver's license. This hearing, if granted to you, will be held in the Wise County Justice of the Peace Court. This is where Jack Byno & Associates will appear to help you dispute your DL suspension, if hired to do so. Even if you have already lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted to you (or were not granted one in the first place), and are now struggling to do without your driver's license, our law office may still be of service to you. We may be able to obtain you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), or Essential Need License. An ODL is a temporary license that, if granted to you, would permit you to drive legally to school, work, and other locations you cannot do without, until your regular license is no longer suspended.
Taking care of a traffic ticket that has been issued to you in the City of New Fairview is no light matter, and you may very well have questions pertaining to how you should respond to your violation. If so, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has the answers you are looking for. We understand that, whether you hold a Class C driver's license or CDL, you simply want to protect your driving record from points if at all possible. This becomes our goal as well the second we are hired to defend against your violation in court. To find out more about Jack Byno & Associates and the traffic-related legal services we may be retained to provide you, why not give our law office a call today? We may also be contacted to provide you with more information regarding the aforementioned matters of driver's license suspension, traffic warrants, speeding tickets and New Fairview CDL violations. To learn more, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or speak with a member of our legal team at 817-685-0912.
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