Every day in cities all across the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, Class C drivers and CDL holders alike are pulled over and written traffic tickets for a number of reasons. You may be written a traffic violation in Sunnyvale for speeding, disregarding a traffic control device, driving without your seat belt on, and even failing to use your turn signal when you should have. Once a traffic ticket has been written and is in your hands, it becomes your responsibility to respond to it by either pleading guilty to your offense, or by exercising your right as a licensed Texas driver to challenge your violation in court. Jack Byno & Associates, a reputable traffic ticket law firm that has been serving the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex for over 20 years, has been helping drivers just like you challenge their Sunnyvale traffic violations in the Municipal Court. We may be hired to help you do the same so that your driving record may be protected from points. To find out more about our law firm and how we may be of service to you, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
In the City of Sunnyvale, if police radar catches you driving over the legal speed limit, chances are high that you will be pulled over and written a speeding ticket. While a speeding ticket may seem trivial at first glance, it should be treated just as seriously as any other traffic violation, and responded to by the date it is due. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your Sunnyvale violation, or are interested in keeping points off your clean driving record, it would not behoove you to plead guilty to your citation. Instead, it may be in your better interest to challenge your violation, and with help from Jack Byno & Associates. In the past, our law firm has successfully sought clients favorable plea deals, such as deferred adjudication and driving safety courses, in order that points be kept off their driving records. While we may be hired to seek you a plea deal as well, keep in mind that if you particular case calls for it, we may also be retained to fight your speeding ticket in the presence of a judge, in a trial setting. At trial, you would be allowed to present your side of the story, pertaining to the day you were issued your ticket, as would the officer who wrote it. If all evidence presented points in your favor, or if the officer does not appear in court, your ticket may then be dismissed.
Perhaps you have recently learned that the Sunnyvale Municipal Court has issued a warrant for your arrest. This may very well be so if you have been written a Sunnyvale traffic ticket on a previous date, but instead of responding to it have allowed it go become outstanding. As long as your traffic warrant remains out for you, the possibility of arrest is always looming. The only way to ensure that you will not be arrested and thrown behind bars is to take legal action to get your traffic warrant lifted. If you are interested in avoiding arrest but are uncertain as to how to go about getting your warrant lifted, call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Since our founding in 1994, we have gotten traffic warrants lifted and bonds posted on behalf of our valued clients, and may be retained to do the same for you. If we are able to get your warrant lifted and bond posted for you, your case may be defended in court at a later date, and you will no longer have to worry about being arrested during or before the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is a time of year when law enforcement all across the State is required to find and arrest as many drivers as possible who have traffic warrants hanging over their heads. You not be affected by the annual Warrant Roundup if Jack Byno & Associates successfully gets your warrant lifted.
Just like Class C drivers, individuals who hold a commercial driver's license may be pulled over and written a traffic ticket at the discretion of Sunnyvale police. But unlike the average, Class C driver, a CDL holder has more to consider when it comes to responding to their violations. This is because CDL holders, who include commercial truckers, emergency vehicle operators and bus drivers, rely on their clean driving records to successfully maintain their CDLs and means of living. Points added to your driving record as a result of you pleading guilty to your Sunnyvale CDL or trucking violation could reflect poorly on your responsibility to drive safely while behind the wheel, thus endangering your livelihood. Therefore, it may be in your better interest to challenge your violation instead, in an effort to protect your career. While you may attempt to accomplish this on your own, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to provide you with a better chance at successfully disputing your violation in court, as we may be able to appear on your behalf in order to seek you a favorable deal. Please be advised, however, that even though our law firm may be retained to negotiate an acceptable plea agreement for you, in lieu of points added to your driving record, some deals, such as probation and State-approved defensive driving courses, are out of reach for CDL holders.
Have you been convicted of DWI or another serious traffic offense in the City of Sunnyvale? Or perhaps you have habitual traffic violations on your driving record, or have failed to pay any State Surcharges that you may owe. These are just a few of the possible reasons the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) may designate your driver's license for suspension. If DPS mails you a Notice of Suspension informing you of their decision to suspend your license, you will have only 20 days to respond to this notice and request a DL suspension hearing. If DPS grants you a hearing, you may choose to retain legal representation from Jack Byno & Associates, who may be able to help you dispute your impending DL suspension in the Dallas County Justice Court. Has your driver's license already been suspended by DPS? Are you now struggling to do without the legal means to drive? Then let us introduce you to the idea of an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). An Occupational DL, or Essential Need License, is a temporary license that, if granted to you for for the duration of your Sunnyvale DL suspension, would allow you to drive legally to the places to require access to every day, such as work and school.
For more than 20 years, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been relied upon by drivers issued traffic tickets in Sunnyvale, and in towns all over the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex. We thoroughly understand the disputation of all forms of traffic violations, and specialize in helping our clients protect their driving records from points that may otherwise be added as a result of these citations. We may be able to help you challenge your traffic ticket whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL. If you seek additional information on your Sunnyvale violation, or want to learn more about driver's license suspension, CDL and trucking violations, speeding tickets, traffic warrants, or court proceedings, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give us a call at 817-685-0912.
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