SPEEDING - WARRANTS - CDL VIOLATIONS - DL SUSPENSION
Have you recently driven over the speed limit, ran a red light, failed to yield right of way, or forgotten to wear your seat belt while driving in Whitesboro, Texas? All of these are ticketable traffic offenses, so if you are caught committing one of these (or another traffic law), do not be surprised if you are pulled over by an officer and written a citation as a result. It does not matter whether you drive with a Class C driver's license or a CDL, if you would rather not allow points to be added to your driving record, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to help you protect your driving record by defending your case in the Whitesboro Municipal court and seeking an alternative to points otherwise added to you record. If you would like additional information, please complete our Traffic Ticket Contact Form.
Police in the City of Whitesboro, and in towns all across Grayson County, are cracking down on motorists caught driving over the speed limit. If you have been written a speeding violation but cannot afford points added to your driving record, you may choose to challenge your violation instead of plead guilty to it. Because Jack Byno & Associates have been disputing clients' Whitesboro speeding tickets for over 20 years, there is a good chance that we may be able to successfully dispute yours by seeking you deferred adjudication, reduced fines, or driving safety courses as a plea deal. If you as our client have concluded that it would be better for our law firm to fight your speeding ticket before a judge, we may also be hired to defend your case at trial.
A traffic warrant may be issued for you by the Whitesboro Municipal Court if you fail to respond to your traffic ticket before it becomes outstanding. A warrant is a serious development and can lead to your arrest if you do not take swift action to get it lifted. As soon as you become aware that a traffic warrant has been issued for you, get in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. If we are able to get your warrant lifted, we may then proceed to post bond for you. This bond would act as a promise from our law office to represent you in court.
As your attorneys, we would also advise you to be aware of the annual Whitesboro Warrant Roundup. During this roundup (which is a branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup), Whitesboro police are required to arrest as many drivers as they can who have pending warrants issued to them by the court. If the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is hired to get your warrant lifted, you will be safe from arrest during roundup season.
Even if you hold a commercial driver's license, you may be pulled over and handed a traffic ticket in Whitesboro just like the next driver. But in contrast to the average, Class C driver, you as a CDL holder have your career to consider when deciding whether or not to plead guilty to your violation. Pleading guilty to your traffic violation can leave points on your driving record, which in turn can jeopardize your means of living. Fortunately, since 1994, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno has defended Whitesboro CDL and trucking violations on behalf of clients in the Municipal Court. While we may attempt to plead your case for the best possible deal in court (and in many cases without the requirement of your presence), please be advised that commercial drivers are not eligible for State-approved defensive driving courses or probation.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) will mail you a Notice of Suspension if you have committed a serious traffic offense, such as drunk driving (DWI), in Whitesboro, Texas. This DL suspension notice will allot you 20 calendar days to request a DL suspension hearing with DPS and, if a DL suspension hearing is granted to you, to retain legal representation from the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Once hired to represent you at your hearing, which would be held in the Grayson County Justice Court, our attorneys would do their best to ensure that your DL suspension is overruled. In some cases, however, our clients have already lost a DL suspension hearing granted to them by Texas DPS. When this happens, we may still be of service to them by seeking, on their behalf, a temporary DL known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). An ODL, if granted to you for the duration of your Whitesboro DL suspension, would allow you legal, although conditional, access to the roads.
Are you a potential client interested in learning more about Jack Byno & Associates, and how our law firm may be retained to dispute your Whitesboro traffic ticket? Then consider getting in touch with one of our legal representatives today. We are standing by right now to take your call and to further explain your legal options to you. We are prepared to answer any questions you may have concerning Whitesboro speeding tickets, DL suspension and temporary driver's licenses, CDL and trucking violations, court-issued traffic warrants, and traffic violations in general. Please take a moment to fill out our Traffic Ticket Contact Form, or contact us via phone at 817-685-0912.