The Murphy Police Department works tirelessly, day and night, to ensure that all motorists are abiding by traffic law. Any driver found to be disregarding the law may be subjected to a traffic stop by police and written a traffic ticket. While Class C drivers are generally the motorists one sees pulled over by law enforcement in Murphy, any driver may be subjected to a traffic stop by police and written a citation, even a commercial driver behind the wheel of an eighteen-wheeler. If you have been written a ticket as a trucker or other CDL holder, however, you differ from the average motorist in that you are most likely required by your employer to maintain your clean driving record. For this reason you may be hesitant to plead guilty to your Murphy CDL violation and allow points to blemish your record.
The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, a traffic ticket law firm with over 20 years of experience in Collin County, knows what it takes to defend against Murphy traffic violations in court. While you may opt to hire our skilled traffic ticket lawyers to defend against your Murphy CDL violation, we may also be of service to you in the case that your citation has gone into warrant. Have you allowed your ticket to go past due? Has the Municipal Court issued you a traffic warrant as a penalty? Then before police have the chance to take you into custody because of your warrant, consider taking legal action to get your traffic warrant lifted. Also consider seeking professional legal counsel in doing so from Jack Byno & Associates. If you are eligible, our lawyers may lift your warrant for you, as well as post bond for you. Contact me for more information today.