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Hopkins County Traffic Ticket Attorney

Jack Byno Hopkins County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer

It’s important to gain the assistance of the proper Hopkins County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer to get your bond posted quickly. With the help of our law firm here at Jack Byno & Associates, many Class “C” and CDL drivers had their wanted statuses lifted quickly and managed to avoid an arrest. At this time, the Statewide Warrant Roundup is taking place, calling upon police departments to work closely together in order to crack down on anyone with a past due moving citation. If yours went overdue by even one day, then an officer will be able to stop you for n number of minor traffic infractions and arrest you on the spot. To see how we’ve helped others avoid such a fate and might be able to do the same for you, contact me at this time.

For more than 25 years, Jack Byno has been representing a wide variety of drivers and posted their bonds quickly and remotely. He accomplishes this utilizing his over 25 years of experience of practicing law, including a period of time he served as a municipal judge. With his in-depth knowledge of how the local courtrooms work, he will always seek out how to not only help people avoid potential jail time, but also how to gain the most beneficial outcome possible. We will even see if our law professionals are able to attend court dates in a client’s place. To find out more, visit our contact me page to complete and submit an online form, call us up by way of phone, or come to our law firm’s physical address to speak with us in person during normal operating hours.

Contact Jack Byno at the office: 817-685-0912

Bonds Posted and Warrants Lifted in Hopkins County

By hiring the Hopkins Traffic Ticket Attorney to post your bonds, you’ll be getting the law office that will take on as much of your paperwork as possible to streamline the legal proceedings. We begin by asking for your citation number, but we can work with those clients who do not have that number handy. In such cases, we’ll call the city’s Municipal Court if you dealt with the city’s police department. Otherwise, all other forms of law enforcement, from the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies to state troopers, will go through the Hopkins County Justice of the Peace Court. Once we have your bond paperwork filled out, we will send it off with a Letter of Representation stating that our law office is taking on your case and also requesting a new court date. When that day rolls around, we will have seen if the prosecution would listen to plea negotiations in order to reduce your charges and keep them off a driving record in exchange for a defensive driving class and/or probation to be completed. If they do not bend, then we will face off with them in front of the judge on that court date and then plead with the judge to ideally rule in your favor. When the results are given, we will then detail them in a letter sent to your home address. Any court fees are separate from attorney feeds. For more information, contact me at this time.

Hopkins County Speeding Ticket Warrants Lifted

Whenever you seek out the Hopkins County Speeding Ticket Attorney, know that we have dealt with hundreds of other Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders that were also dealing with speeding violations that went past due. Being such a common occurrence, we realize how to post bonds and seek out the most fruitful outcome. Something that means a complete acquittal of the charges for many clients. Others regularly found plea negotiations could lessen the offense. As well, we may be retained for a trial. To find out what our law firm can do for you, simply contact me without delay.

Attorney Lifts Hopkins County CDL Warrants

Many truckers in the area will likely let their traffic ticket sit for too long and turn into a warrant. The Hopkins County CDL Defense Lawyer has been representing long-haul truckers for more than 25 years, so we realize why many such drivers would allow such a situation to unfold. There might be the risk of losing your job if you gain a guilty conviction. However, we here at Jack Byno & Associates have faced such charges and regularly allowed our clients to keep their livelihood to this day. We might even be able to resolve the matter without the need for you to make an appearance in court, so contact me and find out how we might be able to benefit you today.

Alias and Capias Warrants in Hopkins County

The Hopkins County Traffic Warrant Roundup Attorney can posts bonds fast, but only for those in alias status. These are given to those who let their traffic violation sit past its court date without properly being resolved. If you are in such a situation, then know we also can only help if you have not yet entered a plea in person or by mail of “guilty” or “no contest,” nor have gone to trial. Should you have lost a trial, but did not abide by your verdict, a capias warrant will be out for your arrest. These are only able to be resolved by either following through with completing that verdict or else going to sit it out in jail. For further inquiries, contact me at this time.

Contact A Hopkins County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer

With the currently active Great Texas Warrant Roundup underway, officers will not merely limit their search to the local roadways. They will also begin looking up the home addresses of anyone on their wanted list. If they find you at your home, where you work, or even where you go to school, you’ll likely be headed straight to jail. To see what we can do for you, contact me, the Hopkins County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer, and find out what we can do for you today.

Reach out to Jack Byno & Associates by calling our office: 817-685-0912

About Hopkins, Texas:

– Hopkins County is the Dairy Capital of Texas.

– Hopkins County is named after David Hopkins, who was one of the first Anglo-Saxon settlers in the area.

– 35,162 people were living in Hopkins County in 2010.

Visit the following link for the official website for Hopkins County.