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Allen Police Write Traffic Tickets to CDL Drivers

Do you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL) for work as a trucker, bus driver, emergency vehicle operator, or any other professional motorist? As a CDL holder, you are well-aware of the fact that you are held to a higher standard than the average, Class C motorist. You are also required to keep your driving record spotless, as a sort of job security. While you make it a point to obey traffic law at all times while behind the wheel, for your own safety and the safety of other drivers around you, let’s say that you have been written a CDL or trucking violation while on the job in the Collin County City of Allen, Texas. You may have been written a citation at a D.O.T. stop or on the road, for speeding, violating a weight limit, or otherwise failing to abide by traffic law. Upon being written your citation, you are expected to respond to it by the date it is due. You may respond in one of two ways:

  • By challenging your Allen traffic ticket in a court of law
  • By pleading guilty to your offense.

Because points will be added (permanently) to your driving record should you plead guilty to your violation, if may be in the better interest of your career to challenge your violation instead. Jack Byno & Associates may be able to assist you in doing so. We have over 20 years of experience in Collin County, Texas, and neighboring North Texas communities, and may be retained to either plead your case for a favorable deal, or to fight your Allen CDL violation at trial.

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Traffic Warrants Issued Over Past-Due Allen CDL Violations

It is the responsibility of every licensed motorist, whether Class C or CDL, to obey traffic law at all times while behind the wheel. If a driver is pulled over by police and written a ticket for violating traffic law, that driver is then expected to respond to their ticket by the date it is due. If you are written a CDL or trucking violation while behind the wheel in Allen, Texas, but neither plead guilty to your charges nor challenge them in a court of law by the date they are due, your overdue ticket may go into warrant status. In other words, in response to your outstanding citation, the Allen Municipal Court may be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest. Has a traffic warrant been issued for you in Allen, Texas? Are you worried that it will soon result in your arrest and incarceration? Then before your fears become a reality, consider taking legal action, and as soon as possible, to ensure that your warrant is lifted.

If you are looking to get your Allen traffic warrant lifted, in hopes of steering clear of arrest and thus keeping your job as a CDL driver, pick up the phone and call Jack Byno & Associates. For over 20 years, we have gotten bonds posted and traffic warrants lifted on behalf of our eligible clients. If we are able to lift your outstanding traffic warrant, and are also able to post bond for you, you will no longer have to concern yourself with the possibility of being arrested because of your Allen warrant. You may also expect to be defended later by us in a court of law.

Get Your Outstanding Allen Traffic Warrant Lifted!

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Regarding traffic warrants and how they may be lifted

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