Are you a trucker or other professional driver who holds a commercial driver’s license for work purposes? Have you been written a CDL or trucking violation while driving in McKinney, Texas? You may have been while on the road or at a D.O.T. stop, for speeding or another traffic offense. Although you are required by the courts to respond to your violation by the date that it is due, you do not have to respond by pleading guilty, as points will be added to your driving record if you do so. You may instead respond by challenging your charges, and not necessarily on your own. You may seek professional legal assistance in doing so, such as may be provided you by Jack Byno & Associates. We are a traffic ticket law firm with over 20 years of experience in Collin County, and may be hired to either plead your case for a possible deal, or to fight your McKinney CDL or trucking violation at trial.
A CDL or trucking violation written to you in McKinney, Texas may seem like a simple piece of paper, but it is a serious legal matter that must be responded to in due time. If you are written a CDL or trucking violation, but fail to respond to your violation by the date that it is due, it may end up going into warrant. When an overdue traffic ticket goes into warrant, it means that the McKinney Municipal Court has issued a traffic warrant for the motorist at question. A traffic warrant issued for you is a warrant for your arrest, and unless lifted, will eventually lead to your arrest and incarceration. If you are hopeful to steer clear of arrest if at all possible, by getting your warrant lifted, Jack Byno & Associates may be of service to you. We may be able to lift your McKinney warrant for you, if you are eligible, and may also post bond for you as a promise to represent you in court later. To learn more, please call 817-685-0912 or contact me online.