Lavon Cdl Defense Lawyer
Have You Been Written a CDL Violation in Lavon, Texas?
Traffic tickets are a common penalty and written every day to drivers in the Collin County City of Lavon, Texas. Are you a Class C or commercial motorist who has been written a ticket by law enforcement in Lavon, Texas? If so, you are responsible for responding to your violation in due time, by either pleading guilty to your charges or disputing them in court. In the case that you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL), for work as a truck driver or other professional motorist, you may be more hesitant than the average, Class C driver would be to plead guilty to your Lavon violation. This is for the fact that you as a CDL holder are most likely required to maintain your clean record, as proof to your employer that you are a responsible driver. If you were to plead guilty, points would be added permanently to your driving record, and in a worst-case scenario you could lose your job.
It may therefore be in your better interest to challenge your Lavon CDL or trucking violation. While it is the only way that your driving record (and by extension, your means of living) may be protected, you do not have to try and dispute your charges on your own. It is your right to seek professional legal assistance in doing so. This assistance may be provided you by traffic ticket law firm Jack Byno & Associates, whether you were written your violation on the road or at a D.O.T. stop, for speeding or even an over weight violation. We have been in business in Collin County since 1994, and may be hired to either:
- Fight your ticket at trial (you may be required to appear in court with us)
- Plead your case for a possible deal (you may not be required to appear)
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Neglected Lavon CDL Violations Go Into Warrant
While a common thing and written by Collin County law enforcement on a daily basis, CDL and trucking violations are very serious legal matters, and must be seen to lest they go into warrant status. Your Lavon CDL violation, if neither pleaded guilty to nor challenged in due time, may eventually go into warrant, meaning that your overdue citation may prompt the Lavon Municipal Court to issue a warrant for your arrest as a penalty. Your case is obviously more serious than it was before once a traffic warrant has been issued for you, as you could be taken into custody at any time because of your warrant. This would not be a good outcome in regards to your means of living, as you could not continue to work with your CDL from behind bars. If you are hopeful to avoid being taken into custody (even during the Lavon Warrant Roundup), you must take legal action to get your traffic warrant lifted. If you are eligible, your warrant may be lifted by the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We offer to lift outstanding warrants, and post bonds, on behalf of our eligible Collin County clients, and may be retained to carry out these legal services on your behalf.
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