MCKINNEY DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION ATTORNEY

Jack Byno McKinney Driver's License Suspension Attorney

Throughout over 25 years, the McKinney Driver's License Suspension Attorney has helped a wide array of clients regularly gain the results they need. Many people wonder what the best way to do when you gain a suspension charge. An attorney such as the ones here at our law office of Jack Byno & Associates are the ideal representation for you to seek out in such cases. For decades, we have regularly been able to fight of suspensions and even frequently attain an Occupational Driver's License for many who still need to get around. Should you wish to see how we might be able to attain similar results for you, contact me now.

Jack Byno is a former judge that has now been representing clients in situations similar to your own for over 25 years. With his adept knowledge of how the local criminal courts and Justice of the Peace Courts work, such as the close-by one located in McKinney, we know the rigorous process required in order to often attain the outcome many people want. We will even attend a court date in a client's place whenever the situation allows for it. Should you wish to see how we might be able to help you as well, do not hesitate to reach out to us. You may call us by phone, pay us a visit during normal operating hours, or complete an online form located on our contact me page at your convenience.

Contact Jack Byno at (817) 685-0912

Occupational Driver's License Granted in McKinney

Should a suspension have already occurred for you (whether that is because you had not hired the McKinney Traffic Ticket Attorney in time or for a variety of other reasons), there might still be a chance for us to help you. Being prevented from driving could be devastating for many people. Without the proper public transportation in the DFW area, many would be unable to get to their jobs, the grocery stores, etc. That's why we will seek out an Occupational Driver's License for our clients. Those are temporary licenses that will provide a legal ability for people to go to those necessary locations in order to continue to function with their life. With a limit o up to 12 hours a day of driving, many people will not surpass that limit and thus will be able to drive as normal. However, know that such a license is unavailable for CDL drivers. This best option for them is to seek out the help of the McKinney CDL Defense Lawyer, especially if their suspension can still be fought. For further inquiries, contact me without delay.

Our Attorney Fights McKinney Driver's License Suspensions

For many drivers, our law firm here at Jack Byno & Associates is often able to fight their suspensions before they actually take effect in Collin County. Should DPS (the Department of Public safety) have sent you a letter stating they believe that you should have your license suspended, know that you may still have a hearing to have the charges contested. With our legal aid on your side, you'll have the best defense possible with a team of attorneys that have accumulated over 25 years of experience in cases similar to your own. To see how we might be able to fight your charges immediately, contact me now.

What are Driver's License Revocations?

Some people in McKinney may receive a suspension, which temporarily affects their ability to drive. However, a complete revocation will be a permanent ban for those who receive it. There is still often a chance for our lawyers to come to the aid of those who ended up in such a situation, but you must act fast. We have been able to fend off many such revocations whenever the DPS has decided to try to implement one on many clients. However, there may be a permanent medical reasoning for some, which may not be able to be fought by law office. To find out what we can do for your case, contact me and inquire further.

Civil, Criminal, and Administrative Law Revocation Suspensions

What causes a civil suspension? For many McKinney residents, it can be from too many traffic ticket convictions, two or more "no insurance" convictions, causing an accident without the proper insurance coverage, or even by driving on a temporary medical suspension. These are taken up with the Collin County Justice of the Peace Court closest to you. As well, there are criminal suspensions that are issued due to DWIs or Driving While License Suspended (DWLS). These are taken up with the criminal court that original issued your conviction, so if it was outside the North Texas area, you may wish to retain a law office close to that court in order to attend in person. However, for those who received such a conviction in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, or who received a civil suspension, contact me and find out what all we can do for you today.

Occasionally, an Administrative Law Revocation (ALR) will be implemented. These are from a breath test where you either took it and failed or else refused to take it at all (which will often result in a longer suspension than if you failed.) This is when an administration will look into your case and see if the officer was justified in the actions that they took in order to recommend this revocation or suspension. We have handled hundreds of cases similar to your own, so not not wait to contact me and find what will best benefit you.

Contact A McKinney Driver's License Suspension Attorney

For over two and a half decades, our law office has come to the aid of countless drivers in roder to prevent many from losing their license, while seeking out Occupational Driver's Licenses for others. We realize some mistakes shouldn't always lead to losing a driver's license and especially a key component in order to make it to or to perform a job. Should you wish to see how we might be able to benefit you as well, contact me, the McKinney Driver's License Suspension Attorney, now.

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

About McKinney, Texas:

- In 1936, McKinney had its highest recorded temperature of 118 degrees F.

- Many visitors to the City of McKinney can enjoy its historic downtown area as well as its Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary.

- McKinney had an estimated population of 168,358 in 2017.

Visit the following link for the official website for the City of McKinney.