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Lancaster Speeding Ticket Attorney

Jack Byno Lancaster Speeding Ticket Attorney

Hiring the Lancaster Speeding Ticket Attorney to defend you gets you the law firm with a history of frequent success. Jack Byno & Associates has assisted in many cases, frequently allowing countless CDL and Class “C” drivers alike to attain dismissals, lower charges, and walk away happier from their case. Whenever we are hired, our first priority is to seek out acquittals of the charges when possible. If such an option is not readily available, then we’ll turn our attention over to plea negotiations. There is also the choice to retain us for a trial in a client wishes. Throughout each of these processes, we work to diligently provide the best defense a Dallas County resident could ask for.

Jack Byno has been on the law scene for over 25 years. His experiences draws upon years of defending DFW locals, as well as when he was presiding over cases as a municipal judge for a time. Now focusing all his attention into providing the best legal representation possible, he and the rest of our law professionals work to create the best path for each client to traverse. Whenever we are allowed to represent someone, we also look into how we can provide any convenience along the way. For many, this could entail attending court in their place so that they can skip their court date altogether. As well, once hired, we will also post bonds quickly in order to lift warrants for many drivers. To reach out to us today, visit our contact me page. Once there, you will find our phone number, physical address, and a virtual information form you can submit online.

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Lancaster Speeding Ticket Pleas and Trials

While the Lancaster Traffic Ticket Attorney has dealt with a wide variety of speeding violations, there is often just as many ways to approach them in order to gain the final outcome over the matter. Luckily, our law officer here at Jack Byno & Associates is well experienced in handling these cases. First, we’ll look for dismissals when available. If not, then we’ll seek our plea negotiations, which we are often able to utilize in order to reduce charges. The tradeoff is typically a mere probation to go through and/or a Driver’s Safety Class (DSC) to take. Several Dallas County CDL drivers also found we could often gain a similar outcome. As well, when we are retained for a trial, know that we’ll bring a strategic defense every time we enter the courtroom. Our goal will be to argue over each aspect of the charges against you in an effort to expose any flaw in the prosecutor’s case. This will regularly allow charges to be reduced or removed as well.

Lancaster CDL Speeding Tickets Defended

Our history of helping Dallas County drivers doesn’t stop with just Class “C” cases. The Lancaster CDL Defense Lawyer has been representing long haul truckers for more than 25 years. Gaining a speeding violation as a trucker can seem like a daunting obstacle to overcome. Thanks to our efforts in many people’s cases, we have gotten many drivers out of such situations. If we can do the same, do not hesitate to call us today. By gaining a guilty outcome over your case, you could be looking at a loss of livelihood. Do not allow your job to slip through your fingers from inaction. Inquire further as to how we have regularly allowed clients to continue on their routes while we go to court in their place.

Lancaster Lawyer Posts Bonds & Lifts Warrants

If you gain a Failure to Appear (FTA) or a Violation of Promise to Appear (VPTA) from allowing a speeding citation to sit past its court date, you will have an alias warrant out for your arrest. These are capable of being handled by our attorneys in Lancaster upon being retained as long as two conditions are met. First, you cannot have already had your trial. Second, you cannot have entered “guilty” or “no contest” as a plea to the court. Doing either will disqualify you from gaining the help of a law office for your case. As well, going to a trial, losing, and not following your verdict will grant you a capias warrant. These can only be resolved through completing what the judge asked of you or sitting it out in jail.

Lancaster Warrant Roundup Defense

Having a past due speeding violation is enough to allow law enforcement officers to arrest you from something a benign as a simple traffic stop. If you are in possession of one during the Statewide Warrant Roundup, then you should be especially cautious at this time. Police will go to great lengths to arrest as many people listed on their wanted database as possible. They’ll go so far as to increase traffic patrols, run as many license plates as they can, and even look up a person’s home address in order to approach them at their own place of residence. Do not sit idly by and wait for officers to show up to arrest you. Contact the Lancaster, Texas Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer and retain our services to have your bond past quickly and efficiently.

Contact A Lancaster Speeding Ticket Attorney

With more and more moving citations being issued, numerous drivers are in need of the proper legal representation. Fortunately, may will be able to have a dramatically better outcome by fighting their charges, with some even able to attain a dismissal with the proper legal help. Unfortunately, many will elect to plea “guilty” to their charges and accept the full ramifications of their verdict. If you need to alter the outcome in order to keep your job or avoid extraneous fees, do not hesitate to gain the law office with over 25 years of experience in cases much like your own. Contact me, the Lancaster Speeding Ticket Attorney, and find out what all can be done for you now.

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About Lancaster, Texas:

– In 2016, the Lancaster Police Department issued 7,214 traffic citations.

– Lancaster ISD contains the most employees out of any employer in the city at approximately 690 people.

– From 2009 to 2014, Lancaster’s population grew by just over 5%.

You can find the official City of Lancaster website here.