Although a common occurrence in Dallas County, Texas, it is a serious thing to be pulled over by police for breaking traffic law, and consequently written a traffic ticket. It may be especially serious in the case that you hold a CDL (commercial driver’s license) for work as a trucker or other professional motorist. As a CDL driver, you are most likely required by your employer to maintain your clean driving record. Because points will be applied to your driving record if you plead guilty to your Dallas County CDL violation, whether or not you were written it at a D.O.T. stop, you may instead be looking to challenge your charges in court. Traffic ticket law firm Jack Byno & Associates may assist you in doing so.
In Dallas County, Texas, when a Class C or commercial driver is written a traffic ticket by law enforcement, that driver is expected by the courts to respond to their charges in due time. Should any driver fail to respond to their violation, neither challenging it nor pleading guilty, that driver may expect to be issued a traffic warrant by the Dallas County Justice of the Peace Court. Have you been issued a traffic warrant by the Justice Court, after letting your CDL violation go past due? Then before police have the chance to arrest you because of your warrant, consider taking legal action, and quickly, to ensure that it is lifted. Also consider seeking assistance in doing so from Jack Byno & Associates, whose lawyers know what it takes to lift warrants and post bonds on behalf of its eligible clients. Contact me today to find out more.