TEMPORARY PERMITS - DRIVERS LICENSE SUSPENSION
SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Your driver's license may be suspended if you have committed a serious traffic offense, such as drunk driving (DWI), in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area. Other reasons your DL may be suspended include habitual traffic violations committed in Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Plano, or other DFW cities, causing an auto accident and failing to provide proof of insurance, and even medical revocation at the recommendation of a physician. If your DL has been suspended for one of the above reasons, consider getting in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For over 20 years, our law office has defended drivers up against DL suspension in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and helped motorists whose DLs have already been suspended stay behind the wheel legally. By hiring our law office to seek an Occupational Driver's License (ODL) on your behalf, you may be allowed to drive legally for the duration of your DFW DL suspension. For more information, please take a moment to complete our DL Suspension Contact Form.
If the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) mails you a Notice of Suspension, you will have only 20 days to respond to the notice and request a DL suspension hearing. If scheduled for you, this DL suspension hearing would take place in the Justice of the Peace Court, and would allow you to challenge the looming suspension of your driver's license. But if your DL has already been suspended, for reasons ranging from Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Dallas-Fort Worth to getting behind the wheel without proof of car insurance, you may now be struggling to make it by without a valid driver's license. Even if you were granted a DL suspension hearing, but were not successful in your attempts to defend your driver's license, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to apply you for an Occupational DL. If granted to you, an ODL would allow you legal, albeit restricted, access to the roads. With your ODL, you would be able to drive legally to school, work, and other places in the DFW area you cannot do without. Are you confused as to why your driver's license has been suspended to begin with? You may want to review a copy of your Texas Driving Record.
If your regular driver's license has been suspended but Jack Byno & Associates have successfully acquired you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL/Essential Need License), you must be sure to, at all times, obey any driving stipulations that may come with it. Common ODL stipulations include locations you are allowed to drive yourself to while holding a temporary DL, and at what times of day you may drive. If you do not obey these driving restrictions, and are pulled over by a police officer in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, you could be charged with Driving While License Invalid (DWLI), which may itself result in prolonged DL suspension, incarceration and costly court fines.
Are you having a difficult time making it by, on a day-to-day basis, now that your driver's license has been suspended? Even if the suspension of your DL was a result of minor DFW offenses, such as habitual traffic violations committed in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, or more serious, such as a DWI conviction on your driving record, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to seek an Occupational Driver's License (ODL) on your behalf. Or, if your license has yet to be suspended but you have received a DL suspension notice from DPS, our law firm may be hired to defend against the suspension of your DL at a hearing that may be granted for you. If you would like more information on DL suspension in Dallas/Fort Worth, or would like to learn more about ODLs, DL suspension hearings, or how our law firm may otherwise be of service to you, please complete our DL Suspension Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.