There Are Three Types Of Warrants In Keene, Texas
An Alias Warrant is when the defendant fails to make an appearance after the ticket is issued.
A Bench Warrant is when the defendant sets a court date, and then fails to appear on the scheduled day and time.
A Capias Warrant is when the defendant was found guilty either by his/her plea or following a trial, then fails to pay the fine within the required time frame. If you have allowed your case to go into capias warrant status it is too late for Jack Byno & Associates to help you, but if it is an alias or bench warrant contact me today to get the warrant lifted. We can be reached at 817-685-0912.
Minors Charged With Alcohol Violations in Keene, Texas
Minors who have been charged with a Class "C" Misdemeanor in Keene, Texas have additional concerns. Since individuals under the age of 21 are banned from consuming alcohol, an alcohol violation may have severe consequences. If you fail to take action, your driving privileges may be suspended, and you may face other adverse consequences. Contact the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates for more details on how we can defend you or your minor child at 817-685-0912.
Deferred Disposition or Adjudication For Speeding In Keene, Texas
In an effort to keep the Keene speeding ticket off your driving record, the most likely outcome that the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates will be able to achieve is deferred adjudication. Deferred adjudication (also called deferred disposition) is a type of probation that may be given in traffic court. Typically, you are required to pay some money on the traffic citation and agree not to get another traffic violation for a certain period of time. You may also have to take defensive driving if you are under 25 years of age. Contact us today to see if your qualify for probation at 817-685-0912.