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Johnson County CDL Defense Lawyer


Johnson County Lawyer Defends CDL Drivers In Court

Every day in communities all across the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, motorists are pulled over by police and issued citations for violating traffic law. While Class C drivers are often the motorists one sees at traffic stops on North Texas roads, individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses may also be pulled over by law enforcement and written violations. Maybe you are one such CDL holder, perhaps a trucker or bus driver, recently written a trucking violation by law enforcement in Johnson County, Texas. Or maybe you are currently struggling with an even more serious matter, such as a traffic warrant issued for you by the Johnson County Justice Court. In any case, you may benefit from professional legal counsel provided by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. A reputable traffic ticket law firm with more than 20 years of experience in Johnson County, we know what it takes to defend our CDL clients and their livelihoods in court.

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Truckers Look to Fight Johnson County CDL Violations

As a CDL holder you strive at all times while behind the wheel to abide by traffic law. Not only for your own safety and the safety of other motorists around you, but for the security of your career as well. As a professional driver, you must maintain your clean driving record as proof of your ability to drive safely while behind the wheel and on the job. Should you be caught violating the law, and are written a traffic ticket as a penalty, you may therefore be hesitant to plead guilty to your offense and allow points to blemish your clean record. In the case that you are a CDL holder recently written a trucking violation while at work in Johnson County, you may be especially concerned about your violation and how it may end up as points on your driving record. Fortunately, even as a professional driver, it is your right to challenge your ticket in court if you would rather not plead guilty to it. It is also your right to seek an attorney’s counsel in doing so, and an attorney with Jack Byno & Associates may be able to provide you with that counsel. While we would advise you to remember to obey traffic law while your case is active, and also to be aware of the occasional D.O.T. stop while on your route, in court we would either plead your case for a possible deal or fight your ticket at trial in an effort to get it dismissed.

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Are You a CDL Holder with a Johnson County Traffic Warrant?

If you are written a CDL or trucking violation in Johnson County, Texas, but fail to respond to it by the date it is due, you ticket may go into warrant. When your ticket goes into warrant, it means that the Johnson County Justice of the Peace Court has issued a warrant for your arrest, as a penalty for your overdue violation. An arrest warrant issued for you by the Justice Court is just as serious as it sounds and, unless lifted in a timely manner, may eventually lead to your arrest and incarceration. As it happens, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno holds the authority to lift traffic warrants and post bonds on behalf of eligible drivers in Johnson County and surrounding North Texas communities. We may be able to get your traffic warrant lifted for you, as well as post bond for you as a promise to represent you later in the Justice Court.

Get Your Johnson County Warrant Lifted

Contact me, Jack Byno, today at 817-685-0912

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