HILLSBORO SPEEDING TICKET ATTORNEY
Jack Byno Hillsboro Speeding Ticket Attorney
The preferred Hillsboro Speeding Ticket Attorney has been practicing law for over 25 years and counting. In fact, Hill County has benefited from Jack Byno & Associates thanks to their unyielding efforts in the courtrooms, frequently finding success for both Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders. Our main priority will first be to seek out a dismissal for a client. However, there may be a time when such a option is not on the table. In these scenarios, there’s little reason to panic. Many people will often be able to instead turn towards plea negotiations. This tactic usually results in reduced charges that stay off a driving record. As well, there is the option to retain us for a trial, if you should so choose to pursue one. At the end of the day, even if a trial is your only option, you still must be willing to fight the charges in order to even hope to see an improved outcome occurring for you. For more information, or to begin the hiring process, give us a call today.
For more than a quarter century, Jack Byno has been coming to the defense of drivers in North Texas while often getting the outcome they not only deserved, but wanted. As a former municipal judge, he utilizes his in-depth knowledge of the inner workings of the courtroom to streamline the legal proceedings for each client whenever we can. Our law professionals are able to quickly lift warrants for those who retain us and even go to court in their place if the situation presents itself. If you would be interested in finding out how easy the legal system can be worked in order to effectively bring a conclusion to your moving citation, then go to our contact me page. While there, you’ll find our phone number, our physical address, and even our online form to fill out and submit from the comfort of your own home.
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Hillsboro Speeding Ticket Pleas and Trials
Although an acquittal is sought after and frequently achieved through our law office, the Hillsboro Traffic Ticket Attorney realizes that not every case will be able to be resolved in the same way. For some who may not have the option to get the charges thrown out from the very start, plea negotiation has often proven fruitful for many. The goal is to always lower the charges and keep them off a driving record for both Class “C” and CDL drivers. Many will find that a mere probation and/or a Driver’s Safety Class (DSC) needs to be completed in order to avoid a heftier penalty. Hill County residents with a speeding violation will always have the option to take up their right to a trial and retain us for one at their discretion. Through doing so, we’ll then prepare tailor-made arguments to persuade the judge to rule in your favor when possible.
Hillsboro CDL Speeding Tickets Defended
Long haul truckers should be mindful when deciding how to resolve their speeding citation. If your delivery route takes you far away and you find it hard to come back for court dates or to even fin time to properly deal with it, keep in mind that gaining a warrant will do you no favors. As well, simply pleading “guilty” only guarantees that the worst results possible occur for you, which might include losing you job depending on your company’s policing for gaining an infraction on your record. If your livelihood is on the line, hire the Hillsboro CDL Defense Lawyer to defend you like we have for other over the road truckers for more than 25 years. The law professionals here at Jack Byno & Associates have often been able to go to court in a client’s place as well, allowing many to stick to their deliveries while we faced the judge. Give us a call to see what we can do for you as well.
Hillsboro Lawyer Posts Bonds & Lifts Warrants
An alias warrant is issued when a Failure to Appear (FTA) or a Violation of Promise to Appear (VPTA) is given to those that allow their speeding violation to sit past its court date. If you’re in possession of an overdue ticket, then retain our attorneys to post your bond fast. To do so, know that you cannot have pled “guilty” or “no contest” to the charges, nor have gone to trial. By going to a trial and losing, there will be a resulting verdict to abide by. If you do not do so, then a capias warrant will be issued for our arrest. A law office cannot alter these results, so you’ll have to resolve the matter by adhering to the initial verdict or by going to jail to sit it out.
Hillsboro Warrant Roundup Defense
If you have an overdue speeding violation during the current policing event known as the Hill County Warrant Roundup, then retain the Hillsboro Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer. In doing so, we’ll immediately set out to complete your bond paperwork, post it by sending it to the courts, and then request a new court date to attend on your behalf in order to bring closure on the case. We’ll even post bond for those who already landed in jail, but don’t allow such a fate to occur for you if you can help it. Officers are making more patrols in the streets, and if they stops you and run your information, you’re likely headed to jail for being listed on their wanted database. Give us a call today and see how we can help you in a timely manner.
Contact A Hillsboro Speeding Ticket Attorney
Many Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders have found Jack Byno & Associates to be the ideal contender for their defense when it comes to a wide array of traffic citations. In fact, many people save much more money than it cost them to retain us. This often includes reduced court fines, the hundreds of dollars saved from insurance rates that usually increase for years at a time, and even occasionally all the lost wages from a job that would have been lost otherwise. Do not be hesitant to simply get in touch with our legal representatives and find out what options you have open to explore. Contact me, the Hillsboro Speeding Ticket Attorney, and let’s review your case together.
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About Hillsboro, Texas:
– Wallace Park and Old City Park make up Hillsboro’s two outdoor public recreation area and include baseball fields, a rentable pavilion, and playgrounds for children.
– The first log-house built in Hillsboro, TX was constructed in 1853.
– The Hillsboro courthouse is over 100 years old, having opened in 1890.
You can find the official City of Hillsboro website here.