The Waxahachie Police Department is keeping close watch over drivers in and around the city. If you are caught breaking Texas traffic law in Waxahachie, the chance is high that you will be pulled over and written a traffic ticket for your offense. No matter the reason you have been issued your violation, which can be for driving over the speed limit, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, or running a red light, it is your responsibility to respond to your violation by either pleading guilty to it or taking appropriate measures to dispute it in court. If you plead guilty to your violation, points will be added to your driving record, but if you decide to dispute your citation, there is a chance that points on your record may be avoided. If you do decide to challenge your Waxahachie traffic ticket in an effort to keep points off your driving record, Jack Byno & Associates may be hired to help you with this endeavor, which may offer you a better chance at defending your clean driving record. If you seek additional information on how the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be of service to you, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Speeding tickets are written to drivers in Waxahachie, Texas, and in cities all across Ellis County, on a daily basis. While a speeding ticket may seem like a serious traffic violation at first glance, it need not be with the right people on your side. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have been challenging speeding tickets on behalf of clients since 1994. While we may be able to defend against your speeding ticket in the Waxahachie Municipal Court by seeking a plea deal on your behalf (such as reduced fines, State-approved defensive driving courses, or deferred adjudication), be aware that we may also be hired to fight your speeding ticket, before a judge and jury, if you believe that your case would be met with a better outcome through trial.
If you are not already aware, you should know that the Waxahachie Municipal Court will issue a warrant for your arrest if a traffic ticket you have received in the city becomes outstanding. Are you feeling anxious about your looming arrest now that a traffic warrant has been issued for you? Your best bet at avoiding incarceration at this time would be to get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be retained to get your warrant lifted and to post bond for you, no matter whether you are an average, Class C driver, or hold a commercial driver's license. In the case that our law firm is able to post bond for you, we may then be able to work out a favorable deal for you in court. In the case that you do not get your traffic warrant lifted in due time, you may be unpleasantly surprised by the Waxahachie Warrant Roundup, which takes place on an annual basis.
If you hold a commercial driver's license, you may be pulled over in the City of Waxahachie and written a traffic ticket, just like Class C motorists. But unlike the average, Class C driver, you as a CDL holder are ineligible for deferred adjudication and driving safety courses, when it comes to seeking a deal in court in lieu of points added to your driving record. Even so, if you are a CDL holder interested in protecting your driving record, and means of living, from points otherwise added as a result of pleading guilty to your violation, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to represent you in court. There is a good chance that we will be able to seek a satisfactory deal on your behalf at your scheduled hearing, as we have been defending CDL and trucking violations in the Waxahachie Municipal Court for over 20 years.
Driver's license suspension is a penalty associated with Waxahachie drunk driving (DWI) convictions, overdue State Surcharges, medical revocation at the behest of a physician, and even failure to show proof of car insurance at the scene of an accident you have caused. If you have received a Notice of Suspension from DPS, you will have a limited amount of time to request a DL suspension hearing, which, if granted to you, will be held in the Waxahachie Justice of the Peace Court. While our law firm may be hired to help you dispute the suspension of your driver's license in court, if your DL has already been suspended, we may still be of service to you. We may be able to apply you for an Occupational Driver's License, or Essential Need License. An ODL, if granted to you, would serve as a temporary driver's license for the duration of your DL suspension.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has been practicing Texas traffic law in Waxahachie, and all over the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, for more than 20 years. Because we have been in business for so long, you can rest confident in the fact that we are well-rehearsed in all aspects of Texas traffic law and know what it takes to defend against traffic tickets issued to drivers by the Waxahachie Police Department. Interested in learning more about how we go about challenging CDL and trucking violations, speeding tickets, and DL suspension, or about how we may be retained to get traffic warrants lifted? Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form or give the law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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