In towns all across the greater North Texas region, motorists caught breaking traffic law are pulled over by police and written traffic tickets. Were you recently written a traffic ticket while driving in the Dallas County City of University Park? This may be so if you were found to be driving over the legal speed limit, driving with defective auto equipment, disregarding a traffic control device, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle or committing another moving violation. A traffic ticket is a serious legal matter and should be responded to in a timely manner. No matter what class driver's license you hold, you must respond to your University Park traffic violation by either pleading guilty to the offense you have been charged with (and agreeing to pay the resulting fine), or by taking steps to challenge your violation. While points will be added to your driving record if your decide to plead guilty to your offense, your record may be protected if you instead decide to dispute your ticket. You may attempt to dispute your traffic violation on your own in court, but you may be better prepared to do so with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno on your side. Since our founding in 1994, our law firm has been dedicated to helping motorists just like you defend against all forms of traffic violations issued in the DFW metroplex. We may be able to provide you with the tools and resources you need to successfully dispute your traffic ticket and protect your driving record. To learn more, please fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
The University Park Police Department is cracking down on speeding motorists. Perhaps you have a bad habit of driving too fast while behind the wheel, and now have a University Park speeding ticket on your hands. Just as with any other traffic violation you may be issued, you must respond to your speeding ticket by the date it is due. Drivers who are hoping to keep points off their clean driving records, or simply cannot afford more points to be added to their records, may want to consider challenging their speeding violations instead of pleading guilty to them. A reputable North Texas traffic ticket law firm, Jack Byno & Associates deals with speeding tickets on behalf of clients on a regular basis. While we may be retained to seek you a plea deal, such as reduced fines, probation, or defensive driving courses, as an alternative to points added to your driving record, we may also be hired to fight our your speeding ticket before a judge at trial.
One of the functions of the University Park Municipal Court is to issue arrest warrants for drivers who have allowed traffic tickets issued to them to become outstanding. It is possible that a warrant for your arrest will soon be issued by the court if you have not taken responsibility for a traffic violation written to you, but instead have allowed your violation to go past due. If you have a traffic warrant hanging over your head, you may be arrested at any time of the day or night as a consequence. Fortunately, if a traffic warrant has been issued for you in University Park, there may be a way for you to avoid a resulting arrest. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, our attorneys have been posting bonds and getting traffic warrants lifted on behalf of eligible clients for over 20 years. If you retain us to lift your University Park traffic warrant, and we are successful in our attempts to do so, you will be safe from arrest, even during Warrant Roundup season.
On an annual basis, law enforcement all across the State of Texas participates in an annual event known as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The University Park Police Department also takes part in this event, during which it places a special focus on finding and arresting motorists with pending traffic warrants. Every year, drivers unsuspecting of the Warrant Roundup are arrested and thrown behind bars because of traffic warrants previously issued to them by the court. Do not allow yourself to become one of these drivers arrested during Warrant Roundup season; get in touch with Jack Byno & Associates today and see if we can't get your warrant lifted.
Perhaps while driving through University Park, Texas, recently, you were pulled over and issued a CDL or trucking violation by police. As someone who depends upon your clean driving record and commercial driver's license to remain behind the wheel and on the job (perhaps as a professional trucker, bus driver, or emergency vehicle operator), it may be an especially stressful ordeal to be issued a traffic violation in University Park. While you strive at all times to drive safely and responsibly while on the road, in the instance that you are written a ticket while holding your CDL, you must keep your career in mind when deciding how to respond to your offense. By pleading guilty to your offense, points will be added to your driving record, reflecting poorly on your ability to drive safely and consequently threatening your means of living. By challenging your CDL or trucking violation, you would be taking action to protect your livelihood, and Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to help you accomplish this goal. Even though CDL holders are not eligible for deferred adjudication, driving safety courses and certain other bargains generally available to Class C drivers, our law firm, appearing in court on your behalf, may still be able to plead your case and seek you an acceptable deal so that points may be kept off your driving record.
Has the Texas Department of Public Safety mailed a Notice of Suspension to your address in University Park? This notice is meant to inform you that, for reasons possibly encompassing a DWI conviction, habitual traffic violations on your driving record, or another serious traffic offense, your driver's license has been scheduled for suspension. Upon receiving this DL suspension notice, you will have 20 calendar days to respond and request a DL suspension hearing with DPS, which, if granted to you, will allow you to challenge your looming DL suspension in the Dallas County Justice Court. While one of the legal services that may be provided by Jack Byno & Associates is defense against University Park DL suspension, in the case that your license has been suspended already, we may still be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally. We may be able to seek you a temporary driver's license referred to as an Occupational DL. If you are allowed an ODL (sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License) for the duration of your DL suspension, you may use to transport yourself to locations essential to your daily life, such as school or your place of employment.
If Texas DPS has mailed you a Notice of Suspension, but you are unsure as to the exact reason why your license has been designated for suspension, consider reviewing a copy of your Texas Driving Record.
Do you have questions or concerns regarding a traffic ticket that you have been written in the City of University Park? If you are considering disputing your violation in hopes of defending your driving record from points that would otherwise be added, do not hesitate to contact the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. For over 20 years our traffic ticket attorneys have helped Class C and CDL drivers alike challenge all forms of traffic violations issued to them in the DFW area, and have also dealt with other traffic-related legal matters, such as DL suspension and arrest warrants issued by the Municipal Court. For more information on your University Park violation and how our law firm may be of service to you, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or call us at 817-685-0912.
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