Let's say that you were recently written a traffic ticket while driving through Princeton, Texas. Maybe you were issued your violation for speeding, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, parking in a no-park zone, or running a red light. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your traffic violation, you have an important decision to make. You must decide whether to plead guilty to your violation (pay a fine and allow points to be added to your driving record) or to challenge your citation in hopes of protecting your driving record. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have been disputing traffic tickets issued all over the Collin County area, for both Class C drivers and CDL holders. We may be retained to dispute your traffic violation as well, perhaps by seeking you an alternative to points added to your record, such as deferred adjudication or State-approved defensive driving courses.
If you are interested in hiring Jack Byno & Associates to help you dispute your Princeton traffic ticket, but do not believe that pleading your case for a deal is the best option for, our law firm may also be hired to fight your traffic violation in the presence of a judge and jury, at trial. In a trial setting, you and the police officer who originally wrote you your violation would both be given an opportunity to present your respective sides of the story (concerning the issuance of your violation) to the presiding justice. This judge will, after considering all evidence presented, decide whether or not your ticket should be dismissed. If the evidence points in your favor, or in the police officer does not appear in court, your case may then be won.
Motorists who have a bad habit of driving over the speed limit in the City of Princeton can expect to be pulled over by law enforcement and written speeding tickets. Once you are handed your speeding violation, it becomes your responsibility to respond to it by either pleading guilty to it or taking the necessary steps to challenge it in court. Maybe you have decided to challenge your speeding violation in an effort to keep points off your driving record. In this case, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to help you defend your record. We have been challenging speeding tickets on behalf of Princeton drivers since 1994, and can be counted on to bring this experience to the table for each of our valued clients.
A traffic warrant is a serious development, and can be issued when speeding tickets and other traffic violations written to drivers are not responded to in a timely manner, to the point that they become outstanding. Have you allowed your Princeton traffic ticket to become outstanding? Then you should be aware that the Princeton Municipal Court may soon be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. Once an arrest warrant is out for you, there is a real possibility that you could be sought after by police and arrested at any time of the day or night. In order to avoid arrest, you need to get your traffic warrant lifted, and the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be hired to provide you with this service. However, if you do not hire us to get your traffic warrant lifted, and it remains out for you, we would advise you to be aware of the Princeton Warrant Roundup. This event, which takes place every year (and simultaneously with the Great Texas Warrant Roundup), requires law enforcement to arrest as many motorists as possible who have pending traffic warrants. You will not have to worry about being arrested during Warrant Roundup season if you act now to get your warrant lifted.
Individuals who hold a commercial driver's license strive at all times to drive safety when behind the wheel in their vehicles, and to always obey Texas traffic law, lest they be pulled over by police and written a CDL or trucking violation. However, there are instances when commercial truckers are pulled over for breaking traffic law, and written traffic tickets as a penalty. Have you been issued a CDL violation while traveling through Princeton, Texas? Then you may be reluctant to plead guilty to your offense (even though this may seem like the easier option), because as a CDL holder points added to your driving record could likely harm your means of living as a city bus driver, commercial trucker, or emergency vehicle driver. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your violation, it may be in your best interest to challenge your ticket in an effort to protect your livelihood. Jack Byno & Associates have a long history of defending CDL holders in court, and our efforts to seek commercial drivers acceptable plea deals are reputable. While you may hire us to help your challenge your Princeton ticket in court, please be advised that some plea deals, such as defensive driving courses and probation, are unfortunately out of reach for CDL drivers.
Driver's license suspension is a penalty often associated with serious traffic offenses, such as drunk driving (DWI) committed in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, including in the City of Princeton. Other reasons warranting DL suspension can include No Insurance convictions on your driving record, habitual Princeton traffic violations, unpaid State surcharges, and even a physician's recommendation. In any case, if the Texas Department of Public Safety schedules your driver's license for suspension, you will know in advance, as the department will mail you a Notice of Suspension. Once you have received this notice, you will have only 20 calendar days to respond to it and request a DL suspension hearing. If you request and are granted a hearing, it will take place in the Collin County Justice Court, where you can expect Jack Byno & Associates to represent you as well, if our law firm is hired to do so.
Maybe Texas DPS has already suspended your driver's license, whether because you did not reply to a Notice of Suspension that was mailed to you, because you were not granted a DL suspension hearing by DPS, or because you have already lost a hearing that was granted. In any case, you are most likely having a hard time making it without the legal ability to drive. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we understand that the DFW metroplex does not offer many options where public transportation is concerned, and may therefore offer to seek, on behalf of eligible clients, a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational DL. Sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License, an ODL would permit you legal access to the roads for the duration of your Princeton DL suspension, if granted to you.
Law enforcement in the City of Princeton is cracking down on motorists caught breaking traffic law while behind the wheel. No matter why you have been issued your traffic ticket, whether for speeding, running a red light, or committing another moving violation, Jack Byno & Associates is available for retainment should you decide to challenge your violation rather than plead guilty to it. Do you seek additional information on Princeton traffic tickets, driver's license suspension, Occupational DLs, Justice Court or Municipal Court proceedings, CDL violations, traffic warrants or bonds? Please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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