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Lakewood Village Cdl Defense Lawyer

Lakewood Village CDL Violations Fought in Court

In Lakewood Village, Texas, law enforcement works around the clock to ensure that all drivers, both Class C and CDL, are abiding by traffic law. Any driver discovered to be breaking the law may be pulled over at the discretion of police and written a traffic ticket. Have you been written a CDL or trucking violation while behind the wheel in Lakewood Village or another Denton County town? If so, and perhaps for a reason such as speeding, a D.O.T. stop over weight violation, or any other traffic offense, you may be concerned about your violation and how it may end up as points on your driving record. As a bus driver, trucker or other professional motorist who holds a commercial driver’s license (CDL) for work purposes, you are probably required by your employer to maintain your clean record. You may therefore be interested in disputing your Lakewood Village ticket instead of pleading guilty to it. If you were to plead guilty, points consequently added to your driving record could showcase your inability to drive responsibly while behind the wheel. In a worst-case scenario, you could even lose your job. For this reason it may be in your better interest (and in the best interest of your career) to challenge your CDL violation instead. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to assist you in doing so.

Since the founding of our traffic ticket law firm in 1994, we have helped Class C and commercial motorists just like you protect their records from points by disputing their violations in court. If you make the decision to hire us to defend against your Lakewood Village violation, we may do so in one of two ways: by seeking you a plea deal, or by fighting your violation at trial.

Let Us Help You Fight Your Lakewood Village CDL Violations

Contact me, Attorney Jack Byno | 817-685-0912

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Has Your Lakewood Village CDL Violation Gone Into Warrant?

When Lakewood Village CDL violations go into warrant, it means that the Lakewood Village Municipal Court has issued a traffic warrant for the motorist to whom the citation was issued. A citation may go into warrant when a driver fails to respond to their violation in due time. Have you neither pleaded guilty to your Lakewood Village CDL violation, nor challenged it in a timely manner? If you have not, and if your ticket is now overdue, do not be surprised if the Lakewood Village Municipal Court issues you a traffic warrant as a penalty. A traffic warrant issued for you is a warrant for your arrest. The only way that you may be sure to steer clear of arrest (and sure to protect your means of living as a professional CDL driver) is by taking legal action, and as soon as possible, to get your warrant lifted. This is a task that Jack Byno & Associates may be able to assist you with. For over 20 years, we have gotten bonds posted and traffic warrants lifted on behalf of our eligible Denton County clients. If we are able to lift your Lakewood Village warrant, and are also able to post bond for you, your arrest will no longer be imminent.

Take Action Today to Get Your Lakewood Village Warrant Lifted!

Contact me, Attorney Jack Byno | 817-685-0912

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