The Terrell Police Department is cracking down on drivers caught breaking Texas traffic law in and around the city. If a law enforcement official in Terrell charges you with driving over the speed limit, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, running a red light, or a similar traffic offense, you have a decision to make. You may plead guilty to your violation (and allow points to be added to your driving record), you may ignore your citation (and allow it to go to warrant), or you may exercise your right to dispute your traffic ticket in the Terrell Municipal Court (in an effort to keep points off your driving record). The latter option may be the best choice for you, whether you hold a Class C driver's license or a CDL, and especially if you cannot afford points added to your driving record. If you would like to discover how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to defend against your Terrell traffic violation in court, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Jack Byno & Associates have been challenging speeding tickets issued in Terrell, and in towns all across the Kaufman County area, since 1994. If you have a habit of disregarding the speed limit in the City of Terrell, and police radar catches you driving too fast, the chance is high that you will be issued a speeding ticket by a law enforcement official. Fortunately, if you would rather not allow points to be added to your clean driving record, you have the option of disputing your violation in the Municipal Court. If you believe that you would benefit from professional legal defense, also consider hiring the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno for representation.
The Terrell Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest if you have forgotten about, or simply ignored, a traffic ticket that you have been issued by police. Because it can lead to your arrest, a traffic warrant is a serious development that should not be taken lightly. The only way to avoid arrest, now that a warrant has been issued for you, is to get your warrant lifted as soon as possible. Consider retaining the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, who has the power to lift warrants and post bonds on behalf of eligible clients. Bond, once posted for you, will act as a promise on the part of our law firm to appear in court on your behalf.
Our law firm may also advise you to be aware of a yearly event known as the Terrell Warrant Roundup. During this annual occurrence (which is a branch of the State-wide Texas Warrant Roundup), law enforcement works around the clock to arrest drivers who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the Terrell Municipal Court. It does not matter whether you hold a Class C driver's license or CDL, if a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the court, you will most likely be arrested during, if not before, Warrant Roundup season.
Unlike the average, Class C motorist, individuals who hold a commercial driver's license rely upon their clean driving records for work purposes. Are you an ambulance driver, commercial trucker, city bus driver, firefighter, or other CDL holder? While you are aware that it is your responsibility to follow Texas traffic law at all times while on the job and behind the wheel, as a CDL holder you may still be pulled over in Terrell and written a ticket if you are found to be committing a traffic offense. While you may choose to retain Jack Byno & Associates to dispute your Terrell CDL or trucking violation by seeking you a plea deal, we may also be hired to fight your violation before a judge at trial. If you retain us to seek a plea agreement for you, so that points may be kept off your driving record, please be aware that CDL holders are not eligible for certain deals generally available to Class C motorists, including State-approved defensive driving courses and deferred adjudication.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), unpaid State Surcharges, and even a failed medical exam are all possible reasons for driver's license suspension. If your driver's license is in danger of being suspended as a result of habitual Terrell traffic violations, or over one of the reasons mentioned above, you be notified beforehand via a mailed Notice of Suspension. Once you are mailed a DL suspension notice from the Texas Department of Public Safety, you will have only 20 days to apply for a DL suspension hearing. If this hearing is granted for you, you will be permitted to dispute the impending suspension of your driver's license in the Kaufman County Justice Court, where Jack Byno & Associates may also defend you if retained to do so. We may also be retained to seek you a temporary DL known as an Occupational Driver's License, or Essential Need License. If your driver's license has been suspended by DPS and you are finding it difficult to make it through the day without the legal means to drive, an ODL would allow you legal, but restricted, access to the roads for the duration of your Terrell DL suspension.
Jack Byno & Associates have been in practice in Terrell, and all over the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, since 1994. Our legal team thoroughly comprehends all aspects of Texas traffic law and offers to defend against all forms of traffic violations. It does not matter to us whether you hold a CDL or Class C driver's license, if you are interested in challenging your Terrell traffic ticket in an effort to defend you driving record from points, we are standing by for retainment today. If you are interested in learning more about speeding tickets, CDL and trucking violations, traffic warrants, or DL suspension, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or contact us via phone at 817-685-0912.
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