In the City of Sanger, Texas, and in towns all across the Denton County region, Class C motorists and CDL drivers alike are being closely monitored by law enforcement to ensure that traffic law is being obeyed at all times. If you are discovered to be driving over the legal speeding limit, running a red light, driving with defective auto equipment, or otherwise violating traffic law, you may be pulled over by a police officer and issued a traffic ticket. A traffic ticket is official and serious, and should be responded to by the date specified on it. If you are unsure how to respond to your violation (either by pleading guilty to it or disputing it), consider seeking counsel from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since the founding of our traffic ticket law firm in 1994, we have been helping drivers in Sanger, and all over the DFW metroplex, defend against all forms of traffic tickets issued to them. If you decide to challenge the offense you have been charged with, we may be retained to help you with this endeavor in the Municipal Court, by seeking you a favorable alternative to points added to your driving record. For more information on how our law firm may be able to help you dispute your Sanger traffic ticket, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Driving over the legal speed limit in Sanger is an easy traffic offense to commit, and you are not alone if you do so unintentionally. Even so, speeding is a serious traffic offense and a ticketable one at that. Has a police officer in Sanger written you a speeding ticket? Then just as with any other traffic violation, your speeding ticket must be responded to before it becomes outstanding. If you take the necessary legal steps to challenge your violation, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you challenge your offense in court in an effort to protect your driving record from points. In contrast, if you plead guilty to speeding instead, points will be added to your driving record and you will have to pay a fine.
While our law firm may be able to help you challenge your Sanger speeding ticket by seeking you a plea deal in court, such as deferred adjudication, reduced fines, or State-approved driving safety courses, we may also be hired to defend against your speeding in the presence of a judge. In a trial setting, you would be allowed to share your side of story concerning the day you were written your speeding ticket. The police officer who wrote you the violation will also be given the chance to present their take on events, and after all evidence is presented and considered, the judge will make a ruling. If the evidence points to your innocence, or if the officer does not appear in court, your ticket will be dismissed and your case won.
When a driver neither pleads guilty to a traffic ticket issued to them by law enforcement in Sanger, nor takes the necessary legal steps to challenge their violation in a court of law, the Sanger Municipal Court takes action against them by issuing a warrant for their arrest. A traffic warrant issued for you is a serious development and will eventually lead to your arrest and incarceration, unless lifted in a timely manner. Has the Municipal Court issued a warrant for your arrest? Then your fears of being incarcerated as a result of your overdue violation may soon become a reality. Fortunately, if you are interested in avoiding arrest by getting your traffic warrant lifted, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to help you accomplish this task. Our law firm has been lifting traffic warrants and posting bonds for eligible clients in Sanger since our establishment over 20 years ago. If we are successful in our attempts to get your warrant lifted, and are also able to post your bond, you may be represented in court by our law firm at a later date and you will no longer have to worry about being arrested due to your warrant.
As long as your traffic warrant remains out for you, the possibility of arrest is always looming, especially during an annual event known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. During this event, which is participated in by law enforcement agencies all over the State, the Sanger Police Department steps up its search for motorists with pending traffic warrants. Every year Jack Byno & Associates is hired to represent drivers unexpectedly arrested during the Sanger Warrant Roundup. Save yourself the stress and trouble of being arrested during Warrant Roundup season and see if our law firm can't get your traffic warrant lifted.
Any driver in Sanger, Texas found to be breaking traffic law may be pulled over and issued a traffic violation, even a CDL driver. In contrast to a Class C motorist who is issued a traffic ticket, however, a commercial driver must carefully consider their livelihood as a professional trucker, emergency vehicle operator, or school bus driver before responding to their offense. As someone whose work is dependent upon your clean driving record, you as a CDL holder may want to avoid pleading guilty to your Sanger CDL or trucking violation, as doing so would add points to your record and could potentially endanger your means of living. Instead, why not exercise your right to challenge your violation in a court of law? By doing so you would be seizing the opportunity to protect your record, and career, from points otherwise added. Keep in mind that, with over 20 years of experience defending CDL drivers in court, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to successfully help you dispute your offense in court.
Have you been convicted of a serious traffic offense, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in the City of Sanger? Then the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) may soon penalize you by suspending your driver's license. If you are wondering if your driver's license is soon to be suspended by DPS, be advised that the department will warn you in advance of this development via a mailed Notice of Suspension. Once you have received this notice, you will have 20 calendar days to respond to it and request a DL suspension hearing. If this hearing is granted to you, you may retain legal representation from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, who would help you defend against the suspension of your driver's license in the Denton County Justice of the Peace Court.
In many cases, our lawyers are successful in their attempts to get our clients' DL suspensions overruled in the JP Court. In other instances, it is too late for us to defend against DL suspension, simply due to the fact that our clients have already lost a hearing that was granted to them. If you have lost a Sanger DL suspension that was previously scheduled for you, or if DPS did not permit you a hearing in the first place, you may now be struggling to get by without the legal means to drive. In this case, Jack Byno & Associates may still be of service to you. We may be able to seek you what's known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), or Essential Need License. An ODL, if granted to you, would serve as a temporary driver's license until your regular DL is no longer suspended.
Are you interested in learning more about Jack Byno & Associates and how we may be able to help you defend against a traffic ticket you have received in the City of Sanger? Because we value each of our clients and are dedicated to seeing each of their cases through to the best possible outcome, rest assured that if hired to challenge your Sanger violation, we would our very best to protect your driving record from points. It does not matter to our law firm why you were written your ticket, nor what class driver's license you hold. For more information on speeding violations, traffic warrants and bonds, court room proceedings, DL suspension and Occupational Driver's Licenses, or CDL violations, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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