Truckers, fire engine operators, and city bus drivers are all individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses for work purposes. They are also all individuals who, in contrast to Class C motorists, are required by their employers to maintain their clean driving records. If you are a CDL holder who has been written a trucking violation while on the job in Princeton, Texas, therefore, on the road or at a D.O.T. stop, you are probably worried about your charges ending up as points on your record. Because they will if you plead guilty to your ticket, it may be in your better interest to challenge your Princeton CDL violation instead. Jack Byno & Associates, a traffic ticket law firm that has been in business in Collin County since 1994, may be able to assist you in doing so.
Upon being written your CDL or trucking violation by Princeton police, it becomes your responsibility to respond to your violation by the date that it is due. If you do not respond to your violation in due time, neither challenging it nor pleading guilty to it, the Princeton Municipal Court may take notice. The court, which does not tolerate overdue citations of any kind, may be prompted to issue you a traffic warrant as a penalty for yours. Be advised that a traffic warrant issued for you is a warrant for your arrest. Unless you act quickly to ensure that your warrant is lifted, chances are high that you will be taken into custody because of it. As it happens, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno offers to lift traffic warrants, and post bonds, on behalf of its eligible Class C and CDL clients. If you hire us to lift your Princeton traffic warrant, and to post bond for you, your arrest will no longer be imminent. Your career as a professional motorist may also be defended by us later in court, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you. To learn more, please contact me.