SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Law enforcement in Rockwall, Fate, and neighboring Rockwall County towns are keeping an eye out for drivers breaking Texas traffic law. At any time of the day or night, you could be pulled over and written a traffic ticket over offenses ranging from speeding to driving without proof of auto insurance. If you choose to plead guilty to your Rockwall County traffic violation, you can expect points to be added to your driving record. However, if you want to challenge your citation, you may benefit from legal representation provided by Jack Byno & Associates. Our law firm has been in practice in Rockwall County since 1994, and may be retained to seek a plea deal for you, such as reduced fines, deferred adjudication, or driving safety courses, in an attempt to keep points off your driving record. We may be retained to help you challenge your traffic ticket in the Municipal Court or Justice Court whether you have a Class C driver's license or a CDL. Would you like more information on how our law firm may be of service to you? Please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Because it is one of the most common traffic violations written to Rockwall County motorists, the speeding ticket is one of the most common citations our law office deals with. Whether or not you believe that the police officer who wrote you a speeding ticket was right to do so, you have a right to dispute your violation if you would rather not see points added to your driving record. Since 1994, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been defending against speeding tickets issued in Rockwall County, and we are prepared to help you challenge your violation if you are now seeking superior legal representation.
Have you ignored a traffic ticket written to you in Royse City, Heath or another Rockwall County community? You should be informed that your violation will go past due if you do not respond to it in a timely manner. If you have an overdue Rockwall County traffic ticket, a warrant for your arrest will eventually be issued, and you could be thrown in jail. In order to avoid incarceration and other penalties, such as driver's license suspension, resulting from your outstanding ticket, you need to get your warrant lifted as soon as possible. If you do not take swift action to get your warrant lifted, you may be arrested during the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, which is an annual event that sees police arresting as many drivers as possible who have previously been issued traffic warrants.
Perhaps you hold a commercial driver's license and are worried about how a traffic violation issued to you in Rockwall County may end up affecting your driving record and, by extension, your career. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we understand that CDL holders must rely upon their clean driving records in order to stay behind the wheel and at work. While certain plea deals available to Class C drivers are not attainable for CDL holders, such as deferred probation or State-approved defensive driving courses, our attorneys may still be able to negotiate a satisfactory deal on your behalf in court. We may also be hired to fight your traffic violation at trial. In a trial setting, which takes place before a judge and jury, any evidence proving or rebutting your guilt will be presented, as will testimony from the officer who originally wrote you your Rockwall County traffic citation. In the case that the officer does not show up in court, your case will be won.
If you have made the decision to dispute a traffic ticket you have received in Rockwall County, but are uncertain as to how you may go about doing so, contact the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We have been practicing Texas traffic law for more than 20 years and are well-prepared to help you handle your speeding ticket, CDL or trucking violation, or traffic warrant. If you would like additional information on Rockwall County traffic tickets, please call Jack Byno & Associates at 817-685-0912.