Traffic tickets are issued to drivers every day in cities all across the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, including in the Henderson County town of Payne Springs. If a law enforcement official catches you driving over the legal speed limit, running a red light, failing to yield right of way, or committing another traffic offense, you too could be pulled over and written a traffic ticket. A traffic violation is a serious matter and could end up as points on your driving record if pleaded guilty to. If you would rather not plead guilty to your traffic offense and allow points to be added to your record, you do not have to. You may instead challenge your ticket in a court of law, either on your own or with an attorney's assistance. If you have decided to dispute your ticket but believe that your case would be benefit from professional legal representation, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We are a reputable traffic ticket law firm that has, since our establishment in 1994, help Class C drivers and CDL holders alike defend against all forms of traffic violations issued in the DFW area. Contact us to day for swift legal defense against your Payne Springs citation. To learn more, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been issued a speeding ticket in the City of Payne Springs? Whether you can admit to driving over the legal speed limit, or believe that your citation was issued to you under questionable circumstances, you have a right to challenge your ticket in court if you would rather not plead guilty to it. Jack Byno & Associates know what it takes to challenge speeding tickets on behalf of our Payne Springs clients, as we have been doing so for more than 20 years. While we may be retained to seek you a favorable plea agreement, such as decreased fines, State-approved driving safety courses, or deferred adjudication, in lieu of points added to your driving record, we may also be hired to fight your ticket at trial, in the presence of a judge and jury, if you believe that the officer who wrote you the violation was wrong to do so.
If you are issued a traffic ticket in Payne Springs, Texas, it is up to you to respond to your violation before it goes past due, either by pleading guilty to your offense or by taking the necessary steps to challenge it in court. If you do not take responsibility for your violation, and instead simply allow it to become outstanding, the Payne Springs Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest as a penalty. If you have been made aware that a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the court, but are uncertain how to get it lifted in hopes of avoiding arrest and incarceration, contact the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to help you avoid arrest by getting your traffic warrant lifted and by posting bond for you. Bond, once posted, will act as a promise from our law firm to represent you at a hearing that may be scheduled for a later date.
Has the Municipal Court issued you a traffic warrant over your outstanding Payne Springs violation? If you have not gotten your warrant lifted nor have you been arrested yet as a result of it, do not be surprised if you are sought after by police during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The Warrant Roundup is a yearly, State-wide event that sees law enforcement in cities all over Texas finding and arresting motorists with pending traffic warrants. If you hire Jack Byno & Associates to get your warrant lifted, and we are successful in our attempts to do so, you will not have to worry about being arrested during Warrant Roundup season.
Class C drivers are not the only motorists who may be pulled over by police and issued a traffic ticket; CDL holders may also be written violations. Perhaps while driving through Payne Springs, Texas recently with your commercial driver's license, you were caught speeding or committing another moving violation, and were subsequently pulled over by a police officer. If that police officer wrote you a citation for your offense, you have an important decision to make. You must decide whether to plead guilty to your Payne Springs CDL or trucking violation, or to challenge it in an attempt to protect your driving record. Because points added to your clean record could potentially threaten your means of living as a commercial driver, it may be in your better interest to dispute your charges instead in a court of law. If you have decided to dispute your ticket, but are unable to appear in court because of work, keep in mind that the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to challenge your violation for you in court, perhaps without the requirement of your presence. Therein, we may be able to negotiate a satisfactory plea deal on your behalf, although probation and certain other agreements are unfortunately not available to CDL drivers.
Have you been convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Payne Springs, Texas? Or maybe you have been declared medically unfit to drive by a doctor, or have habitual traffic violations on your driving record. Any of these unfortunate situations may cause the Department of Public Safety to suspend your driver's license. If your driver's license is in danger of being suspended, you will be notified in advance by DPS, which will mail you a Notice of Suspension and allow you an opportunity to request a DL suspension hearing. If you request and are granted a DL suspension hearing, you may retain Jack Byno & Associates to help you challenge the suspension of your driver's license in the Henderson County Justice of the Peace Court.
In some cases, it is unfortunately too late for our law firm to defend against your Payne Springs DL suspension, simply because your license has already been suspended by Texas DPS. If your driver's license has been suspended, and you are now struggling to do without the legal means to drive, do not waste any more time worrying about how you will get to work and other places essential to your daily life. Instead, hire Jack Byno & Associates to seek you an Occupational Driver's License, which is sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License. If you are granted an ODL for the duration of your DL suspension, you would be allowed legal access to the roads until your regular license is no longer suspended. Please keep in mind, however, that ODLs are conditional, and yours may come with strict driving stipulations that must be followed at all times. While common ODL restrictions include when and where you may drive, failure to obey them can result in Driving While License Invalid (DWLI), a charge associated with arrest, court fines, and prolonged DL suspension.
Do you have questions or concerns regarding a traffic ticket that has been issued to you in Payne Springs, Texas? Then do not hesitate to get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. If you are interested in challenging your violation in court, our law firm may be able to provide you with the tools, resources and information you need to successfully dispute your offense and protect your driving record. For more information on the possible disputation of your Payne Springs traffic citation, or to learn more about speeding tickets, traffic warrants, CDL and trucking violations, or driver's license suspension, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call the law office at 817-685-0912.
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