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CDL Drivers Written Traffic Tickets by Rice Police

In the Navarro County City of Rice, Texas, any driver may be pulled over at the discretion of police and written a traffic ticket. It does not matter to law enforcement whether a driver hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) or a Class C. However, being issued a traffic ticket as a CDL holder is quite different than being issued one as a Class C driver. This is for the fact that you as a CDL holder are held to a higher standard than the average motorist, and must maintain your clean driving record as proof of your ability to drive safely while behind the wheel. Maybe you are a trucker, bus driver, or even emergency vehicle operator who has been issued a CDL or trucking violation by Rice police. While you must respond to your violation by the date it is due, you may be slow to plead guilty to your charges, as points will be added to your driving record if you do so. No matter why you were written your violation (whether it be for speeding, an over weight violation, or another offense committed on the road or at a D.O.T. stop) it may be in your better interest to challenge your violation instead in court.

Disputing your Rice CDL violation is not a task that you must attempt to accomplish on your own. It is something that a legal professional, such as a lawyer with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, may be retained to assist you with. For over 20 years, our lawyers have defended Class C and CDL holders alike in Navarro County and surrounding regions. If you choose to hire us to represent you and your case in court, we may be able to do so in one of two ways: by either a) pleading your case for a possible deal, or b) by fighting your ticket at trial.

Rice CDL and Trucking Violations Fought in Court

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Overdue Rice CDL Violations Go Into Warrant

In the Navarro County City of Rice, when a driver is pulled over by police and written a traffic ticket for an offense committed, that driver is expected to respond to their violation by the date it is due. If they do not, and their ticket goes past due, the Rice Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a traffic warrant for the motorist at question. Have you as a commercial driver been written a CDL or trucking violation by Rice police on a recent occasion? Have you allowed your citation to go past due rather than plead guilty to it? Then as a penalty for your overdue citation, the Rice Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. Does your traffic warrant remain out for you now? Then before police have a chance to arrest you because of your warrant, pick up the phone and call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. A traffic ticket law firm that has been in business in the Navarro County area for over 20 years, we may be retained to lift your Rice warrant for you, if you are eligible. We may also post bond for you, as a promise to defend you and your case later in a court of law.

CDL Holders' Traffic Warrants Lifted by Rice-area Attorney

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