COMMERCE CDL DEFENSE LAWYER
Commerce Police Write Traffic Tickets To CDL Holders
Truckers, school and city bus drivers, emergency vehicle drivers and other commercial motorists are all individuals who must maintain their clean driving records. If you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you keep your record clean by obeying traffic law at all times while behind the wheel. Even so, let’s assume that you have been given a CDL or trucking violation while driving in the Hunt County town of Commerce. You may have been while on the road or at a DOT stop, for speeding, running a red light, or even for an overweight violation. As someone who has just been given a citation, it is your responsibility to respond to your charges by the date they are due. You may do so by either pleading guilty to your violation or by challenging your ticket in court.
As someone who must keep your driving record clean, it may not be in your best interest to plead guilty to your citation, as points will be added permanently to your driving record if you do so. It may be in your better interest to challenge your violation in court. This is not something that you must attempt to accomplish on your own. You may seek professional legal assistance in doing so, assistance that may be provided you by Jack Byno & Associates. We are a traffic ticket law firm reputable among Class C and CDL drivers alike in Hunt County. If you have been thinking about challenging your Commerce CDL violation, but have not yet taken the necessary legal steps to do so, pick up the phone and give us a call. With over 20 years of experience in North Texas, we may be hired to either a) plead your case for a favorable deal in court, or b) fight your ticket in an official trial setting.
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Traffic Warrants Issued Over Past-Due Commerce CDL Violations
Being written a traffic ticket by police in Hunt County is a serious legal matter, and should not be taken lightly by you should you happen to hold a commercial driver’s license. It is up to you to respond to your Commerce CDL or trucking violation by the date it is due. If you do not, neither pleading guilty to it nor making an effort to dispute it in court, it may eventually go into warrant status. When a ticket goes into warrant status, it means that the Commerce Municipal Court has issued a traffic warrant for the motorist at question. A traffic warrant issued for you is a warrant for your arrest and, unless lifted in due time, may eventually lead to your arrest and incarceration. If you are taken into custody over your warrant, your job as a professional driver may be jeopardized, as you could not continue to work from behind bars. It may therefore be wise to try and get your traffic warrant lifted. It is the only way that you may be sure to avoid arrest, but you do not necessarily have to try and lift your warrant on your own. Professional counsel may be retained so that your warrant may be lifted swiftly and successfully. Jack Byno & Associates may be able to provide you with this counsel. We offer to lift warrants and post bonds for our eligible clients and may be able to do the same for you.
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