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Johnson County Speeding Ticket Attorney

Jack Byno Johnson County Speeding Ticket Attorney

If you’re seeking out a Johnson County Speeding Ticket Attorney, look towards the competent law office of Jack Byno & Associates. We have been representing Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders for more than 25 years and counting. Our successes have been demonstrated in a number of ways, including frequent dismissals of cases. There have also been successes in entering into plea bargaining and regularly allowing charges to be reduced and kept off a driving record. As well, there will be the option to retain us for a trial if you feel like one would benefit your case the most. For further inquiries about what all our law office will be capable of doing for your situation, please call us and speak with one of our legal representatives today. We will be standing by, ready to review the circumstances surrounding your moving violation.

Jack Byno is the former municipal judge with more than 25 years of experience in the field of law to showcase his ability to take on a wide array of traffic citations. If you’re in a situation where you gained a warrant and want the valuable insight into the inner workings of the courtroom, then turn to our law firm. We will be able to quickly post bonds for those who hire us, allowing many to avoid potential jail time. As well, we’ll seek out any opportunity where we might be able to attend court dates in a client’s place, allowing them to skip the proceedings and potentially sit back while their entire matter is resolved. If you have further questions about what all can be done for you, then go over to our contact me page. While there, you’ll find our phone number if you wish to call us, our online former if you wish to communicate with us remotely, and our physical address to come to our location in person and speak with us face to face.

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Johnson County Speeding Ticket Pleas and Trials

With the Johnson County Traffic Ticket Attorney hired on to represent you in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, you can rest assured that you’re gaining the help of the law office that has regularly attended court dates and tailored our approach to best suit each unique set of circumstance. When we first take on a case, our priority will be to seek out a dismissal. If one is unavailable, then a plea bargain may prove effective in lifting the charges and allowing many to frequently keep the charge off their driving record by merely completing a probation and/or a Driver’s Safety Class (DSC). If you wish for us to defend you during a trial, then you may retain our services for one by getting in contact with us today. In doing so, we will then prepare strong arguments that will not yield to the prosecutor. We’ll attempt to back them up in the corner and prove that as many allegations as possible are unfounded. Often being successful in such tactics, the usual result is a judge leaning in favor of the defendant.

Johnson County CDL Speeding Tickets Defended

With the Johnson County CDL Defense Lawyer on their side, countless long haul truckers have regularly gained the results that they needed. Be aware that simply allowing your ticket to stand for too long could result in a warrant for your arrest, which is not good for anyone who depends on driving to earn their income. As well, gaining a guilty outcome that ends up as a conviction on your driving record could possibly be enough for a CDL company to fire you. Jack Byno & Associates has gone out of their way to attend court in a client’s place whenever possible, allowing many over the road truckers to stick to their delivery route while we brought about a final resolution to their case.

Johnson County Lawyer Posts Bonds & Lifts Warrants

Residents of Johnson County should be cautious of letting their speeding citation sit for too long. Those who do will end up with an alias warrant, derived from a failure to Appear (FTA) or a Violation of Promise to Appear (VPTA). In either scenario, there will be the availability to retain our attorneys in order to get your bond posted fast and lift you from your wanted status as long as a plea of “no contest” or “guilty” has not been entered on your behalf, nor has a trial been held on the matter. Whenever a trial is lost and the resulting verdict is not followed, a capias warrant will be issued for a person’s arrest. These cannot be resolved by a law firm. Instead, that person will need to either comply with the verdict asked of them or else face time in jail.

Johnson County Warrant Roundup Defense

As this time, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is underway. This is a call for the local police departments to begin working together in a concentrated effort to locate and arrest anyone with a past due speeding ticket. If yours went overdue by even one day, then you are likely risking your freedom every time you get on the road. As well, officers of the law will go a step further if they so choose. They might even begin approaching people at their place of residence, where they work, or even where they go to school. Hire the Johnson County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer and we’ll be able to post your bonds fast. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Give us a call today and find out more about what we can do for you.

Contact A Johnson County Speeding Ticket Attorney

Do not be hesitant to get in touch with us today. For more than 25 years, the law office of Jack Byno & Associates has been taking on a majority of Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License cases and adjusted our tried and true defense strategies to best represent each client. Thanks to our efforts, many were regularly able to gain an acquittal of their charges, some saved hundreds of dollars in avoided court fines and increased car insurance rates, and many others regularly were able to keep their jobs. Contact me, the Johnson County Speeding Ticket Attorney, and let’s review your case together in order to find the proper solution for you.

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About Johnson County, Texas:

– Nearly 151,000 people reportedly were living in Johnson County, TX in the year 2010.

– The first Anglo-Saxon settler in Johnson County, Henry Briden, came to the area in the 1800s.

– Johnson County, Texas has seventeen communities, including cities, towns, and unincorporated areas.

You can find the official Johnson County, TX website here.