KELLOGG SPEEDING TICKET ATTORNEY
Kellogg Speeding Ticket Attorney
The Kellogg Speeding Ticket Attorney has been assisting Hunt County residents for more than 25 years. Throughout that time, we have regularly been able to achieve the preferred outcomes for a wide variety of both Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders. Our law firm here at Jack Byno & Associates will always look for the most fruitful outcome possible, which often means a complete dismissal for some. There might be a chance to reduce charges through plea negotiations if an acquittal is not possible. You may choose to retain us as your defense for a trial as well. To find out more, take the time to contact me today.
Jack Byno has been the go-to lawyer for DFW residents for well over two and a half decades, meaning his legal experience spans longer than many younger drivers have been alive. Having also spent time as a local municipal judge, he knows how the courtrooms work and how judges will view cases like yours. We will tailor our defense for each client. Plus, we’ll even see if we can attend court dates without the need for you to be present so as to give you the day off to do as you please or to get back to work in order to avoid missing a day’s worth of wages. To begin this process, or to inquire further, call us by phone, pay us a visit in person at our law firm’s physical address during normal operating hours, or go to our contact me page to complete and submit an online form.
Contact Jack Byno & Associates at our office: 817-685-0912.
Kellogg Speeding Ticket Please and Trials
Whenever the Kellogg Traffic Ticket Attorney is hired to represent you, we will post your bond to lift a warrant if you have one. Those are issued after allowing your speeding violation to go past its court date. We’ll ask for your citation number to complete and send off your paperwork for you, but we can still work with those clients who do not have their number on them. We’ll instead call the local municipal court if you were stopped by a city’s police department, or the Hunt County Justice of the Peace Court if you were instead issued your original speeding citation by any other law enforcement agency, such as the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office or a Texas State Trooper. Once we gather your information, we’ll send off your bond along with a Letter of Representation requesting a new court date by way of standard USPS mail delivery. You may expedite the process if you wish to arrange to pick up those documents and deliver them yourself. Once received, your wanted status will be lifted and we’ll make plans on attending a new court date. We’ll see if the prosecutor is willing to reduce the charges through plea bargaining in order to keep it off a driving record. This typically results in a mere probation and/or a defensive driving class to complete. If they are not willing to bend, then we will face off with them in front of the judge and then plead to said judge in hopes of gaining the most favorable outcome possible. That outcome will then be detailed in a letter sent to your home address, and any court fees will be separate from attorney fees. To see what we can do for you, contact me now.
Kellogg CDL Speeding Tickets Defended
A long-haul trucker facing a speeding violation is likely to face a difficult decision. Gaining a guilty conviction on their driving record might end up in them losing their job or even their license. However, putting off the matter and gaining a warrant could lead to their arrest at almost any given moment. The Kellogg CDL Defense Lawyer understands this, and that is why we have been defending over-the-road truckers like you for more than 25 years. Turn to the law office of Jack Byno & Associates to help with your case, for we understand the rigorous legal proceedings needed to resolve such matters and even will look for ways to keep you remote as we take care as much as possible without needing to get you involved. To begin the process, do not hesitate to contact me.
Kellogg Lawyer Posts Bonds and Lifts Warrants
The Kellogg Speeding Ticket Attorney can only be hired to post bonds for clients with warrants in alias status. Those are issued after simply allowing a speeding ticket to go past its court date without properly being addressed. As well, you cannot have entered a plea of “guilty” or “no contest” in person or by mail, nor have gone to trial over the matter. If you did go to trial and lost, but did not follow through with the resulting verdict, then you will have a capias warrant. These are unable to be handled by a law firm, so your choice to take care of such matters is to either follow through with your verdict or else go to jail to sit it out. To see if your case is one we can help you with, contact me at this time.
Attorney Posts Bonds for Great Texas Warrant Roundup
With the Kellogg Traffic Warrant Roundup Attorney, many people have avoided a potential arrest as the currently active Hunt County Warrant Roundup took place. Unfortunately, many might not seek out the proper legal representation as police are making their rounds in hopes of arresting anyone with a past due speeding violation, even if it went overdue by one day. Officers of the law might even begin looking up your home address, so contact me today and find out how we post bonds fast for our clients.
Contact A Kellogg Speeding Ticket Attorney
With our legal assistance, many Class “C” and CDL drivers often found their preferred outcome come to fruition. We can even post bonds for those who hire us from behind bars. Through our efforts, many have regularly saved hundreds of dollars in reduced or removed court fees, which equates to more than what it costs to hire our legal aid. To begin your legal proceedings with us by your side, contact me, the Kellogg Speeding Ticket Attorney, today.
Reach out to Jack Byno & Associates by calling our office.
About Kellogg, Texas:
– There was a reported population of 10 people in the 1890s living in Kellogg, TX.
– Kellogg was first settled by Anglo-Saxon settlers in the 1880s.
– The first post office of Kellogg arrives in the 1890s.