In the City of Quinlan, Texas, law enforcement is keeping close watch over traffic to ensure that each and every driver is abiding by traffic law. Maybe you were recently caught speeding or committing another traffic offense in Quinlan. If so, and if you were issued a traffic ticket for your offense, you must take responsibility for that citation by responding to it in a timely manner. In order to respond to your violation, you simply must decide whether to plead guilty to it, and allow points to be added to your driving record, or to challenge it in a court of law. If you are hoping to avoid points added to your record if at all possible, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you accomplish this endeavor in the Quinlan Municipal Court. Our attorneys have been practicing traffic law in North Texas for more than 20 years, and therefore possess the experience, knowledge and expertise your case deserves. We may be retained to help you defend against your violation whether you hold a CDL or Class C driver's license. If you are interested in learning more about our law firm and how we may be of service to you, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Have you been subjected to a traffic stop by a police officer who caught you driving over the legal speed limit in Quinlan? Were you consequently issued a speeding ticket for your offense? Then Jack Byno & Associates may be the first number you need to call. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation, or are hoping to avoid points added to your clean driving record, it would not be wise to plead guilty to your offense. Instead, why not challenge your Quinlan speeding ticket in an effort to get it dismissed. You may try to dispute your violation on your own, but with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno on your side, you ticket may be fought at trial, or a plea deal may be sought on your behalf in lieu of points added to your record.
Sometimes, when drivers neither plead guilty to traffic tickets issued to them in the City of Quinlan, nor take timely action to dispute their violations, the Quinlan Municipal Court takes disciplinary action against them in the form of a traffic warrant. Your case is obviously more serious than it was before once the court issues a traffic warrant for you, as you could, at any time, be sought after by police, arrested, and thrown in jail. Fortunately, if a traffic warrant has been issued for you but you are still hoping to avoid time behind bars, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you turn this hope into a reality. We may be hired to lift your traffic warrant and to ensure your safety from arrest, even during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup (a time of year when police step up their search for drivers with pending traffic warrants). If our law firm is also able to post bond for you, you may be represented by us in court at a later date.
Just as a Class C driver caught breaking traffic law in Quinlan may be pulled over and issued a traffic ticket, so may a CDL driver while on duty. Unlike a Class C driver, however, a CDL holder's driving record is closely connected to his or her means of living as a professional motorist. If you are written a CDL or trucking violation while driving in Quinlan, and you plead guilty to your offense and pay your fine, points subsequently added to your driving record could make you look like an irresponsible driver, thus placing your means of living on the line. If, however, you were successfully able to dispute your violation in court, your driving record may be defended from points and your career safeguarded. In the case that you do decide to dispute your charges, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to challenge your CDL violation on your behalf if your work must keep you away from the court room. Even though it is true that commercial drivers are not eligible for defensive driving courses, deferred adjudication and other plea bargains generally available to the Class C driver, our law firm is experienced and may still be able to negotiate a satisfactory deal for you.
The Texas Department of Public Safety may be prompted to suspend your driver's license for a number of possible reasons. These reasons can encompass a Quinlan Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction, failure to pay State Surcharges that may follow a drunk driving conviction, habitual Quinlan traffic violations on your driving record, and even medical revocation at the recommendation of a doctor. No matter the reason warranting your DL suspension, DPS will notify you in advance if your license has in fact been designated for suspension. A notice will be mailed you, allotting your a certain amount of time to request a hearing at which to challenge your imminent DL suspension. Should you be granted a hearing, it will be held in the Hunt County Justice of the Peace Court.
Although you may hire the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno to challenge the looming suspension of your driver's license in the Justice Court (if a DL suspension hearing is granted to you) in an effort to get it overruled, let's say that your driver's license has already been suspended, and you are now struggling to do without the legal means to drive. Our law firm understands that you still need to get to work, school, and other locations essential to your daily life, and also realize that the DFW metroplex does not offer many options when it comes to public transportation. We may therefore be retained to seek you an Essential Need License, which is a temporary DL commonly referred to as an Occupational Driver's License, or ODL. If you are granted an ODL, you may use it to drive legally until your regular license is no longer suspended.
Being pulled over and issued a traffic ticket in Quinlan, Texas can be a stressful ordeal for any motorist, no matter what class driver's license they hold. Fortunately, Jack Byno & Associates are here to help. While we may be retained to help you dispute your citation in a court of law, in the very least our office may be contacted to provide you with additional information on speeding tickets, traffic warrants, CDL violations, DL suspension, or any other traffic-related legal matter. To find out more about the possible disputation of your Quinlan traffic ticket, or about how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you challenge your violation in court, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or reach us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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