Every day in Frisco, Texas, Class C and commercial drivers alike are written traffic tickets by police for violating traffic law. While it can be a stressful experience to be written a ticket no matter what class driver’s license you hold, it may be especially stressful to be written a citation as a CDL holder. This is for the fact that CDL holders must maintain their clean driving records. Are you a CDL holder recently written a violation in the Collin County City of Frisco? Whether or not you were written your ticket at a D.O.T. stop, you must respond to your Frisco CDL violation by the date that it is due. If you would rather not plead guilty to it and allow points to be added to your record, you may instead challenge it in court. A Collin county traffic ticket lawyer may be retained to assist you in doing so.
Upon being written your Frisco CDL or trucking violation, it becomes your responsibility to respond to it by the date that it is due. If you fail to respond to your violation, neither pleading guilty to it nor challenging it in a court of law, the Frisco Municipal Court may find cause to issue you a traffic warrant. A traffic warrant issued for you by the court is a warrant for your arrest, and unless lifted quickly, may very well result in your arrest and incarceration. This outcome would not, of course, be ideal in regards to your career as a professional CDL driver, as you could not continue your work from behind bars. Fortunately, you may take action today to get your warrant lifted, so that your arrest may be avoided. An attorney who serves the greater Collin County area may be able to assist you in lifting your Frisco warrant, and may also post bond for you. For more infomation, please contact me.