More Than
20 years


Criminal Cases

Greater Dallas – Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorneys
Misdemeanor and Felony Alcohol Charges
The criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Jack Byno & Associates have defended their clients charged with misdemeanor and felony driving related charges in the greater Dallas – Fort Worth area since 1994. Practice areas include, but are not limited to Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Plano, and McKinney. Our firm limits our criminal defense to only those cases involving motor vehicles, such as:
  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Driving While License Suspended (DWLS)
  • Intoxication Vehicular Assault
  • Intoxication Vehicular Manslaughter
  • Reckless Driving
The above are all charges that can lead to incarceration,  driver’s license suspension, and state surcharges. When you have so much at stake, it is important to consult and retain a criminal defense attorney with experience. Contact the lawyers of Jack Byno & Associates to schedule an appointment.
DWI Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or any other criminal charge it is critical to begin planning your defense immediately.  An experienced criminal defense lawyer can assist you with gathering evidence, questioning witnesses, and planning strategy. The attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates represent clients in the following North Texas Counties:
  • Collin County (McKinney)
  • Dallas County (Dallas)
  • Denton County (Denton)
  • Tarrant County (Fort Worth)
The lawyers of our firm understand that your case is unique and it is the most important case pending to you. Our attorneys will give your case the attention to detail that you should expect. Contact the criminal defense attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates today to schedule an appointment.
Driver’s License Suspension Hearings
When you are charged with a DWI you may be looking at two different driver’s license suspensions:
  • Administrative Driver’s License Suspension: If you have been charged with a DWI you must request a hearing within 15 days of your arrest to contest the automatic suspension of your driver’s license.
  • Criminal Driver’s License Suspension: If you are convicted of a DWI, you may face the penalty of a drivers license suspension hearing under Texas Transportation Code Section 521.344.
Our attorneys can explain to the process required to defend against a driver’s license suspension and, if need be, how to apply for an occupational driver’s license.
Occupational Driver’s License
If you are facing a driver’s license suspension because of a DWI you may be eligible to apply for an Occupational Driver’s License (ODL). If granted, an ODL will allow you to drive legally to work, school, and other necessities. For example, going to the doctor is a necessity, but going to a movie is not. You may laugh at the thought, but it is serious. If you get charged with driving outside of the parameters of an occupational license, it can be revoked and you may be charged with Driving While License Suspended (DWLS), a criminal charge. Contact the criminal defense attorneys of our firm for more details about applying for an ODL.
We represent clients with charges in the following North Texas Cities and many more:
  • Dallas
  • Denton
  • Fort Worth
  • McKinney
  • Plano