SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Have you been written a traffic ticket by law enforcement in the City of New Hope, Texas? It does not matter whether you are issued a ticket for speeding, failing to stop completely at a stop sign, driving with defective auto equipment or committing another traffic offense, once you are written a violation, it is your responsibility to respond to it before it becomes overdue. By responding to your citation, you may either plead guilty to your offense or take action to dispute it, whether on your own or with professional legal assistance. If you have decided to challenge your New Hope traffic violation but do not wish to do so on your own, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For more than 20 years, we have helped Class C drivers and CDL holders alike challenge all forms of traffic violations in the Municipal Court, by seeking them favorable plea deals (such as reduced fines or deferred adjudication) or by fighting for them in a trial setting. Would you like more information on how our law firm may be able to defend against your citation in court? Please take a moment to complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
In New Hope, Texas, and in other cities all across the greater Collin County area, drivers who are caught speeding by police radar may be pulled over and issued speeding violations. While your New Hope speeding ticket may seem like a simple matter to deal with, it may not be if you are hesitant to plead guilty to it and allow points to be added to your driving record. If you would rather not plead guilty to your citation, it is your right as a licensed Texas driver to dispute your speeding ticket if you would like to try and defend your driving record. You may of course attempt this endeavor on your own, but it may be in your better interest to retain the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno for professional legal defense. We are well-rehearsed in the disputation of New Hope speeding tickets, as we have been doing so for more than 20 years, so do not hesitate to contact us to help you challenge your New Hope speeding ticket in the Municipal Court.
The legal ramifications of neglecting a traffic ticket written to you in New Hope can be severe. One such ramification that may stem from an overdue speeding ticket is an arrest warrant issued for you by the New Hope Municipal Court. Has the court issued a warrant for your arrest because of a traffic ticket that you have yet to attend to? You should be aware that once a traffic warrant is out for you, you could be arrested and thrown behind bars at any time of the day or night, unless you act fast to get your warrant lifted. If you are now interested in getting your traffic warrant lifted and avoiding jail time, you may retain Jack Byno & Associates to provide you with this endeavor. While we may be able to post your bond and get your warrant lifted, if your warrant remains out, the chance is high that you will be arrested during or before the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. During the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, police all over the State are required to crack down on drivers with pending traffic warrants.
Emergency vehicle operators, commercial truckers, school bus drivers and other CDL holders are dependent upon their clean driving records for work purposes. As a CDL holder, a traffic ticket issued to you in the City of New Hope can potentially endanger your entire means of living, so you may be anxious about pleading guilty to your violation and allowing points to be added to your driving record. Fortunately, if you have instead made the decision to challenge your New Hope citation in hopes of protecting your livelihood, you may retain the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to help you with this endeavor. While we may be able to negotiate a favorable deal on your behalf in court, we would advise you that for CDL holders, some plea bargains that are generally available to Class C drivers, such as deferred adjudication and driving safety courses, are not available to commercial drivers.
Serious traffic violations, such as Driving While Intoxicated in New Hope, often lead to serious penalties. A common penalty associated with DWI, habitual traffic violations, and similar traffic offenses is driver's license suspension. You will be made aware in advance if you driver's license is in danger of being suspended by the Department of Public Safety, as DPS will mail you a Notice of Suspension allotting you 20 days to respond and request a New Hope DL suspension hearing. In the case that you are granted a DL suspension hearing by DPS, your hearing will be scheduled to take place in the Collin County Justice Court. This is where Jack Byno & Associates may also appear to defend against your DL suspension if hired to do so. But in the instance that your driver's license has already been suspended by DPS, and if you are now finding it difficult to transport yourself to work and other locations necessary to your daily life, you may be interested in acquiring an Occupational Driver's License. If you are granted an ODL, you may use it to drive yourself legally to the places you require daily access to.
No matter why you have been issued your New Hope, Texas traffic violation, and no matter what class driver's license you drive with, you have a decision to make if you are planning on disputing your violation in court. You must simply decide whether to challenge your ticket on your own, or to do so with help from an attorney. If you decide to seek assistance from an attorney, keep in mind that the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is fully prepared to help you dispute your citation if you believe that your case would be better served with professional legal counsel on your side. For additional information on CDL and trucking violations, speeding tickets, court-issued traffic warrants, bonds, New Hope Municipal Court proceedings, DL suspension, temporary driver's licenses or how our law firm may otherwise be of service to you, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or speak with one of our legal representatives at 817-685-0912.