Coppell Speeding Ticket Attorney
If you have received a speeding ticket in Coppell you may want to retain an attorney to help you with it. If you hire me I can appear in the Coppell municipal court on your behalf and work out the best deal I can on your speeding citation. Typically, this means getting you deferred adjudication, also called probation. The terms of probation are very simple, pay your court fees on time, do not get any other tickets while on probation, and if you are under 25 you must take a defensive driving class. Contact me to see if you qualify for the deferred adjudication on your Dallas County speeding charge.
How Do I Get My License Reinstated If The Coppell Municipal Court Has An Omni Fee Hold On It?
Holds are put on a person's driver's license if a case in Coppell, Texas goes into warrant and remains unresolved. The Texas legislature has approved a hold fee of $30.00 per unresolved case. This fee is referred to as an "omni fee." An omni fee is a civil penalty. This means that regardless of the outcome of your case, you will still have to pay the omni fee in order to lift any holds on your driver's license. For more information, please call attorney Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
Coppell Attorneys Represent CDL Holders In Trial
As you know, if you are a CDL holder you are not eligible for deferred adjudication or defensive driving in the Coppell Municipal Court. So how can I help you? In most cases a lawyer can appear in the traffic court on your behalf and plea the case in an attempt to reduce the points against your driving record. Sometimes this is not an option depending on all the facts of your case. If you are in this unfortunate position, the lawyers of Jack Byno & Associates can be retained to fight your Coppell case in a trial. Contact me to discuss your options if you have a Dallas County trucking violation at 817-685-0912.
Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.
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