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CDL Violations Written in Grapevine Challenged in Court

Any motorist discovered to be violating traffic law in Tarrant County may be pulled over at the discretion of police. It does not matter whether that driver hold a Class C driver’s license or CDL. That said, in the case that you have been pulled over and written a traffic ticket by Grapevine police, while holding your commercial driver’s license (CDL), you may be concerned about your clean driving record, and by extension your means of living as a trucker or other professional driver. No matter whether you were issued your ticket at a D.O.T. stop, and for a weight limit violation, speeding, or another offense, you are well-aware of the fact that your career is supported, in large part, by your clean record. Should you plead guilty to the offense that you have been charged with, points would be added irreversibly to your record, thus jeopardizing your livelihood. Fortunately, even as a commercial motorist, it is your right to challenge your Grapevine CDL or trucking violation in a court of law.

Should you decide against pleading guilty to your Grapevine CDL violation, in favor of disputing your charges in court, bear in mind that you do not have to attempt to do so on your own. You may seek professional legal assistance in doing so, assistance that may be provided you by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We are a traffic ticket law firm that has been defending both Class C and CDL drivers in Tarrant County since 1994, and may be retained to either

  • Seek you a favorable plea deal in court, in place of points added to your driving record
  • Fight your Grapevine CDL violation at trial, in hopes of getting it dismissed.

If you opt to seek a plea agreement, in lieu of points added to your driving record, you may not be required to appear in court with us. Should you opt for a trial, you may be required to appear in court with us, in order to present your side of the story in regards to the day you were written your violation.

CDL Drivers Seek Attorney’s Counsel in Grapevine, Texas

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Neglected Grapevine CDL Violations Go Into Warrant

In the Tarrant County City of Grapevine, when a driver is written a traffic ticket by police, it is the responsibility of that driver to respond to their ticket by the date it is due. If the driver does not respond to their violation, but instead neglects it to the point that it goes past due, the Grapevine Municipal Court may be prompted to issue the driver a traffic warrant. A traffic warrant issued for you by the court is a warrant for your arrest, and may be especially concerning news to you should you happen to hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL). As you cannot continue to work should you be arrested over your outstanding Grapevine warrant, it may be in your best interest to pick up the phone and get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. Our traffic ticket lawyers, who have been defending CDL motorists in Tarrant County for over 20 years, understand better than anyone that you simply want to remain behind the wheel and out of jail if at all possible. We may therefore be retained to lift your warrant for you, if you are eligible, and may also post bond for you as a promise to defend your case in court at a later date.

Get Your Active Grapevine Warrant Lifted Today

Contact me, Attorney Jack Byno || 817-685-0912

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