The Balch Springs Police Department keeps close watch over traffic flow to ensure that all motorists are abiding by traffic law. If any motorist is found to be breaking the law, he or she may be subjected to a traffic stop and written a ticket. Have you been written a citation in Balch Springs, while driving with your CDL? In contrast to the average, Class C driver, you are required by your employer to keep your driving record spotless. For this reason, pleading guilty to your Balch Springs CDL violation (whether or not it were written at a D.O.T. stop) may not be an option for you to consider. It may instead be a better for you to challenge your charges in a court of law. Dallas County traffic ticket law firm Jack Byno & Associates may assist you in doing so.
Upon the issuance of your Balch Springs CDL or trucking violation, it becomes your responsibility to respond to your charges by the date that they are due to the court. In the case that you forget about your citation, or for any other reason do not respond to your charges, the Balch Springs Municipal Court may take notice. The court, which does not tolerate overdue violations of any kind, may find cause to issue you a traffic warrant. Please be advised, unless you take legal action to ensure that your warrant is lifted, it may eventually result in your arrest, and maybe even the loss of your career as a CDL driver. If you are now looking to get your warrant lifted, look no further for assistance than Jack Byno & Associates. Our lawyers, if you are eligible, may be able to lift your Balch Springs warrant for you, and post bond for you as well. Interested in learning more? Contact me today.