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DFW Alcohol Violations Lawyer in Texas

Liquor and Alcohol Traffic Offenses Defense Lawyer in Dallas-Fort Worth

Whether you have been ticketed for public intoxication, minor in possession (MIP), or a nonmoving alcohol violation, your driver’s license may be at risk. Additionally, you could be facing other consequences, including fines and jail time, that can have far-reaching effects on all aspects of your life. Turn to an experienced lawyer who can help protect your interests.

Alcohol Violation in Tarrant County or Dallas County, Texas?
Call Jack Byno817-685-0912

I am Jack Byno, an alcohol violations defense attorney serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area. I have nearly two decades of experience working with drivers in Texas and out-of-state drivers who are facing traffic and criminal charges.

Using my knowledge of Texas laws, I am able to defend you against a variety of alcohol violations:

  • Public Intoxication (PI)
  • Minor in Possession (MIP)
  • Minor in Consumption (MIC)
  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Public Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages
  • Alcohol on the Lake
  • Open Container Violations

Most of these alcohol violations are considered Class “C” Misdemeanors in Texas. A conviction will not affect your driving privileges, unless you are a minor. However, a Class “C” conviction could result in fines, points on your driving record, increased insurance rates, and other consequences.

When you hire me as your lawyer, I will take the time to inform you of your options. I am a strong negotiator and can take a more passive approach to your defense. However, if you choose to fight your violation charge in court, you can be sure that I will aggressively pursue the best possible outcome. I know the local courts and understand how the judges view particular cases. I am ready to represent you, helping to regain your driving privileges and protect your freedom.

Minors Charged With Alcohol Violations

Minors who have been charged with a Class “C” Misdemeanor have additional concerns. Since individuals under the age of 21 are banned from consuming alcohol, an alcohol violation may have severe consequences. If you fail to take action, your driving privileges may be suspended, and you may face other adverse consequences.

If you are a minor who has been charged with an alcohol violation, I can take steps to keep the violation off of your record. You may be able to participate in deferred adjudication, complete community service hours, or take an alcohol awareness course to avoid a conviction. I can explain what specific options may be available in your case.

Contact Attorney Jack Byno

Were you arrested for public intoxication in the city of Hurst or another city in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Has your child been ticketed for minor in possession (MIP) or minor in consumption (MIC)? Contact me, Jack Byno, for experienced defense. I will look out for your best interests at all stages of the process. You can feel confident in having my experience on your side. I represent clients in Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Euless, Irving, Plano, and surrounding communities in Texas.

Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.