GAINESVILLE SPEEDING TICKET ATTORNEY

Jack Byno Gainesville Speeding Ticket Attorney

With the Gainesville Speeding Ticket Attorney, many Cooke County residents found the perfect law office to represent them. Jack Byno & Associates has worked painstakingly for more than two and a half decades to frequently attain dismissals for a great many number of clients. If we can do the same for you, there's little reason to wait further in order to gain the proper resolution for you case. With our ability to tailor our approach depending on the varied traffic citations we work with, we might be able to look into plea negotiations if an acquittal is unavailable. As well, should you want to go to trial over the matter, then you may retain our law professionals to represent you for one. In order to fully understand what all can be accomplished for you and to find the proper option to pursue, give us a call and review the details of your case.

For more than 25 years, the former municipal judge, Jack Byno, has been representing Class "C" and CDL drivers with often great results that clients wanted. When we first take on a case, we'll find out what your bond is a post it accordingly in order to lift a warrant. We'll even do so for those who hire our services, but unfortunately landed in jail. As well, we'll also look for ways in which we may be able to accommodate you. This sometimes means we can go to a court date in a client's place and be able to resolve the matter without having to drag them along. To find out how our law office might be able to benefit you as well, go over to our contact me page to find our information, such as our phone number, our physical address (which you can visit during normal business hours), and our online form to submit virtually.

Contact Jack Byno at (817) 685-0912

Gainesville Speeding Ticket Pleas and Trials

Whenever we first look into what can be done for you, an acquittal of our speeding violation will be sought out first and foremost. If one cannot be attained, then the Gainesville Traffic Ticket Attorney will then investigate to see how plea bargaining might be able to be implemented for your situation. If we're able to, then often such a tactic will produce a lowered offense that typically stays off a driving record in exchange for a probation to be attended and/or a defensive driving class to take. Trials in Cooke County may be defended by us if you choose to retain our services for one. We''ll prepare a case to fight the prosecution at every step of the way and argue over each fact of the matter in hopes of finding any flaw in their allegations against you. By showcasing such a flaw, the judge will likely rule in your favor by reducing or removing the charges altogether.

Gainesville CDL Speeding Tickets Defended

Over the road truckers should be careful when dealing with a speeding citation in DFW. Regularly, if a trucker gains a guilty convictions, many employers might have the option of firing someone who gains a blemish on their record and often do so. The Gainesville CDL Defense Lawyer understands such predicaments and works diligently to provide the best legal service to often gain the results many drivers need. If your livelihood is on the line, gain the help of Jack Byno & Associates, the law firm with over 25 years of experience in handling cases much like your own.

Gainesville Lawyer Posts Bonds & Lifts Warrants

A speeding ticket that sits past its court date will gain a person a Failure to Appear (FTA) or a Violation of Promise to Appear (VPTA). Either one will result in an alias warrant for their arrest in Gainesville, but our attorneys know how to post bonds fast for such scenarios. If you have not gone to trial, nor entered "guilty" or "no contest" to the charges, then we should be able to help. If you lost a trial and did not attend a Driver's Safety Class (DSC) or didn't stick to the court payments you were supposed to make, then you'll have a capias warrant. These cannot be altered through our legal services since a judge made the final ruling over the matter. You'll have to listen to your verdict or else sit out a specified amount of time behind bars to resolve the issue.

Gainesville Warrant Roundup Defense

At this time, the Cooke County Warrant Roundup is waging and calling upon the local police departments to work together in order to arrest anyone they can locate from their wanted list. You'll be on it if you have a past due speeding citation. More and more vehicles will be stopped for even the smallest of infractions, and everyone's information will be ran in order to find out if you're currently wanted. As well, officers of the law may even opt to look up your address and attempt to locate you at your home. Gain the help of the Gainesville Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer in order to get your bond posted fast and have us request a new court date in order to resolve the issue in its entirety.

Contact A Gainesville Speeding Ticket Attorney

Through our legal aid, many people have avoided jail time, countless CDL drivers have kept their jobs and are still driving today, and hundreds of dollars have been saved over the years. When you plead "guilty" to the charges, you'll only make sure that the worst ramifications occur, yet many people who do so are the same ones who could've had the charges dropped. Don't allow such an outcome to slip through your fingers. Contact me, the Gainesville Speeding Ticket Attorney, today and let's review your case together and see what can be done for you.

Reach out to Jack Byno & Associates by calling (817) 685-0912

About Gainesville, Texas:

- You can bring your board to have some fun at Gainesville's skate park, shoot some basket at the basketball court, and even take swim lessons at the Parkers and Recreation Department's aquatic center.

- When first established in 1850, the residents of Gainesville realized that there was a place in Texas already using their first choice for a name, Liberty, so they decided to name their new town after General Edmund Pendleton Gaines.

- The first plane landed in Gainesville in 1911, due to a pilot's error in approximating his landing position.

You can find the official City of Gainesville website here.