DALLAS COUNTY DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION ATTORNEY

Jack Byno Dallas County Driver's License Suspension Attorney

For more than 25 years, the Dallas County Driver's License Suspension Attorney has assisted Dallas County locals and often attained their desired results. Our law firm here at Jack Byno & Associates is known for providing the best defense and often allowing many people to avoid a suspension of their license. However, some people may have already ended up in such a situation where a suspension was implemented, but they will still need to get around. That is why our law professionals will work diligently to seek out an ODL (Occupational Driver's License) whenever the situation allows for it in order for them to still make it to their job or to other necessary locations. To see if we can do the same for you, contact me now.

When you're seeking out the proper lawyer to represent you, what are you looking for? Years of experience? In-depth knowledge of the local criminal and Justice of the Peace Courts? Jack Byno is the former judge who has been practicing law since 1994. He has come to know the courts in Dallas County like the back of his hand and has always put his best foot forward for our clients there. We will even see if we can attend court dates in your place, thus allowing many to avoid missing a day's worth of wages or to simply have the day off. To find out what all our law office might be able to do for you, stop by in person during our normal business hours, call us, or complete an online form over on our contact me page.

Contact Jack Byno at (817) 685-0912

Occupation Driver's License Granted in Dallas County

Throughout the years, many people have ended up with suspensions because they did not make the wise choice and retain the Dallas County Traffic Ticket Attorney to fight for the cause. However, there might still be hope to gain our assistance to help you, even after it's been established that you cannot legally drive, people must still be able to get to work, doctor's appointments, etc. That is why we will seek out an Occupational Driver's License or an Essential Need License. These are given to many of our clients for the accessibility for them to work, school, the grocery store, and other necessary locations in order to function. With our effort, we have greatly improved many people's lives and helped them avoid devastating consequences. Know that CDL drivers are unable to achieve such a permit, so hiring the Dallas County CDL Defense Lawyer before your case has gotten to this point will be the best plan of action. For further questions, contact me at this time.

Our Attorney Fights Dallas County Driver's License Suspensions

For many people, a suspension is not yet instated. If you received a letter from the DPS (Department of Public Safety) stating that they believe you should have your driving privileges removed, there is often a chance to have a hearing over the matter to fight the charges and potentially avoid the entire matter altogether. To best prepare for your defense, you'll want the Dallas County Speeding Ticket Attorney on your side. We've been hired by and successfully helped countless clients over the years. To see if we can do something similar for you, contact me now.

What are Driver's License Revocations?

Occasionally, a revocation might be instated instead of a suspension. The latter is a temporary legal ban from driving, while the former is a permanent ban. There are many cases where the DPS believes your license should be revoked in Dallas County, but that is when it is crucial to gain the proper legal help, such as our lawyers here at our law firm. Do not sit by and allow the charges to overcome you. As well, there may be instances where a permanent medical condition might cause a revocation, but we might be more limited in dealing with such matters. To see what all we can do for you, contact me at this time.

Civil, Criminal, and Administrative Law Review Suspensions

A civil suspension is whenever someone gains theirs from too many traffic convictions, two or more "no insurance" convictions, driving while on a medical suspension, or even getting into an accident and not having the appropriate insurance coverage. These are able to be taken up with in the local Dallas County Justice of the Peace Court in Dallas County. Criminal suspensions are handled through the criminal court where the conviction took place that cause this outcome. That can either be from a DWI or a Driving While License Suspended conviction. In order to resolve these in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, contact me and find out how we can swiftly act on such cases and often gain the desired outcome many people want.

An Administrative Law Revocation (ALR) is when a breath test was given to someone who failed it or was refused. In these instances, a legal institution will look into the case and decide if the officer was fair in their decision and how they treated the situation. Oftentimes, an officer will not be within their right to have implemented these procedure, which is why you should contact me and inquire further as to how we might be able to help you today.

Contact A Dallas County Driver's License Suspension Attorney

For more than two and a half decades, our team of law professionals has worked diligently to provide the best possible outcome for hundreds of drivers. We not only know the inner workings of the local courtrooms, but have the track record of frequent success that has allowed many people to continue to drive to this day. Make the smart decision and take the proper steps to contact me, the Dallas County Driver's License Suspension Attorney, and hire us today.

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

About Dallas County, Texas:

- Six other counties surround Dallas County.

- Dallas County has 36 square miles of water surface area total.

- There's currently only one unincorporated community in Dallas County.

Visit the following link for the official website for Dallas County.