CROSS ROADS CDL DEFENSE LAWYER
Law Enforcement in Cross Roads Write CDL Violations
Every day in Cross Roads, Texas, law enforcement writes traffic tickets to drivers of both Class C and CDL status. While it may be a stressful event to be written a traffic ticket no matter what class driver’s license you hold, in the case that you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you may be especially concerned about a violation written to you. This is for the fact that you as a trucker or other professional motorist are most likely required by your employer to maintain your clean driving record. If you were to be charged with speeding, an over weight violation, or any other traffic offense on the road or at a D.O.T. stop, you may therefore be hesitant to plead guilty, as points would be added to your driving record permanently if you do so. If you were to instead act to challenge your citation, your driving record may be protected (and your career safeguarded).
Jack Byno & Associates, a traffic ticket law firm with over 20 years of experience in Denton County, knows what it takes to defend commercial drivers in Cross Roads. If you have been written a CDL or trucking violation by Cross Roads police, and hire us to defend against your citation, we may be able to do so by either a) pleading your case for a possible deal, such as reduced fines, or b) fighting your ticket at trial, in an effort to get it dismissed.
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Cross Roads Traffic Warrants Lifted for CDL Holders
A CDL or trucking violation written to you in the Denton County town of Cross Roads, Texas is a serious legal matter, and demanding of your immediate attention. It is your responsibility to respond to your ticket by the date that it is due, by either pleading guilty to your offense or by disputing it in court. If you neither challenge your ticket nor plead guilty to it, but instead simply allow it to go past due, the Cross Roads Municipal Court may have cause to issue a warrant for your arrest. Your situation is obviously more serious than it was before once a traffic warrant has been issued for you, as at any time of the day or night you could be taken into custody because of your warrant. And of course, from behind bars you would not be able to continue your work as a CDL driver. In a worst-case scenario, you could even lose your job. If you are hopeful to steer clear of arrest if at all possible, your traffic warrant must be lifted.
If lifting your outstanding warrant sounds like a task that you would not be able to carry out on your own, you should know that it is not a task that you must attempt to accomplish by yourself. It is your right to seek professional legal assistance in getting your warrant lifted, assistance that may be provided you by Jack Byno & Associates. If you hire us to lift your Cross Roads warrant, and if we are able to do so on your behalf, your arrest will no longer be imminent. If we are able to post bond for you as well, you may be defended by us later in court, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.
Denton County Traffic Warrants Lifted, Bonds Posted
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