The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is an well-respected traffic ticket law firm that has, since its establishment in 1994, defended against all forms of traffic violations issued to motorists in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex. Perhaps you have been pulled over in the Denton County City of The Colony, and issued a traffic ticket for speeding, disregarding a traffic control device, driving without auto insurance, or another ticketable offense. As soon as your traffic ticket is placed in your hands, it becomes your responsibility to respond to it, by either pleading guilty to your offense or by taking legal action to dispute it in court. If you plead guilty to your violation, points will be added to your driving record, and you will be obliged to pay a fine. If you choose to dispute your ticket instead, Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to help you defend your record from points in The Colony Municipal Court. Drivers who neither dispute their traffic tickets nor plead guilty to them before they go past due can expect for the court to take disciplinary measures against them. To learn more, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Law enforcement in The Colony, and all over Denton County, is cracking down on speeding drivers. If you have a penchant for driving too fast while behind the wheel in The Colony, chances are high that you will be pulled over and issued a speeding ticket. A speeding ticket may seem trivial at first glance, but it can quickly become a more complicated matter if not taken seriously. If you cannot afford to plead guilty to your violation (nor points added to your driving record), you may instead exercise your right to challenge it. If you have made the decision to challenge your violation, why not consider doing so with help from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno? We may be able to provide you with the tools, resources, and professional legal defense your case deserves so that points may be successfully kept off your driving record.
If you are written a traffic ticket in The Colony, Texas, it is up to you to either plead guilty to your offense or to dispute it in a timely manner. If you do not, and your violation becomes outstanding, you can expect for The Colony Municipal Court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Overdue traffic tickets cannot be tolerated and that is why it is so important for you to respond to your violation by the date it is due. In the case that you have neglected or forgotten about your traffic citation, to the point that it is past due, and a warrant has been issued for you by the court, arrest may be looming in your very near future. The only way to avoid imminent arrest once a traffic warrant has been issued for you is to get the warrant lifted as soon as possible. If you are unsure how to do this, Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to lift your warrant for you, as well as to post your bond (as a promise to represent you in court at a later date). If our law firm is hired to get your traffic warrant lifted, and we are able to do so successfully, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested, even during the annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup (an event that sees police all over the State arresting as many drivers as possible who have previously been issued traffic warrants by the courts).
During the 20 years Jack Byno & Associates has been defending Class C motorists against traffic tickets issued to them in The Colony, we have also been representing CDL holders up against similar violations. If you hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) and rely on it for work purposes, you most likely have a clean driving record, and realize just how much your career as a trucker, bus driver, or emergency vehicle operator is supported by it. In the case that you are written a CDL or trucking violation in The Colony, pleading guilty to your offense may not be the best course of action for you to take, as points subsequently added to your record could reflect poorly on your ability to drive safely, thus placing your career in jeopardy. Instead, it may be in your better interest to challenge your violation, and with help from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be retained to fight your ticket at trial, before a judge and jury, or we may be hired to seek a plea deal on your behalf, in lieu of points added to your driving record. We would inform you, however, that some deals (including deferred adjudication) are unfortunately out of reach for commercial motorists.
Perhaps you have been convicted of drunk driving or another serious traffic offense in The Colony. Or maybe you have habitual traffic violations on your driving record, or have failed a medical exam and been deemed unfit to drive. Any of these situations may prompt the Texas Department of Public Safety to suspend your driver's license. If you have been made aware that DPS has designated your driver's license for suspension, through a Notice of Suspension mailed to your address in The Colony, be advised that this notice will allot you a certain amount of time to request a DL suspension hearing. If a hearing is granted for you, it will be held in the Denton County Justice Court, and you may hire Jack Byno & Associates to help you dispute your impending DL suspension therein.
Has your driver's license already been suspended by DPS, perhaps because you have lost a DL suspension hearing that was previously granted to you? Then you are most likely finding it difficult to drive yourself to school, work, the grocery store, and other venues you require transportation to every day. Fortunately, there is a way the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to apply for, on your behalf, a temporary driver's license called an Occupational DL. If you are granted an ODL (or Essential Need License), you may use it to drive legally until your DL suspension is over. Our law firm would stress the fact, however, that ODLs come attached to certain driving restrictions that often encompass when and where you may drive. If you break any of these driving restrictions, you could be charged with Driving While License Invalid (DWLI). DWLI is often associated with extended DL suspensions, costly court fines, and even arrest.
If you would like additional information on a traffic ticket that you have been issued in The Colony, Texas, or want to learn more about speeding citations, driver's license suspension, traffic warrants, or CDL violations, do not hesitate to get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Our legal team is standing by right now to take your call and to answer any questions you may have pertaining to the traffic-related legal services we may offer to potential clients in The Colony. For more information on our law firm and how we may be of service to you, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or speak with a member of our staff at 817-685-0912.
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