No matter whether you hold a commercial driver’s license or standard, Class C license, if you are caught speeding or committing some other minor traffic offense in Lancaster, Texas, chances are high that you will be pulled over by police and written a ticket. A traffic ticket written to you in Lancaster is an important legal document that must be responded to in due time. But in the case that you have been written a citation in Lancaster while holding your commercial driver’s license (CDL), you may be less interested in pleading guilty to your charges than in challenging them. Whether you were written your Lancaster CDL violation on the highway or at a D.O.T stop, traffic ticket law firm Jack Byno & Associates may assist you in its disputation.
It is up to you, and you alone, to respond to your Lancaster, Texas CDL or trucking violation. If you do not respond to your charges by the date that they are due, neither challenging them nor pleading guilty, the Lancaster Municipal Court may take notice. The court does not tolerate overdue citations of any kind, and may find cause to issue you a traffic warrant as a penalty for yours. Have you been made aware of the Lancaster Municipal Court issuing you a warrant? If so, but if you are hopeful to steer clear of arrest, there is only one way that you may do so. You may take legal action to get your warrant lifted. Contact me to learn more.