MCKINNEY CDL DEFENSE LAWYER
Are You a CDL Driver with a McKinney Traffic Violation?
Minor traffic offenses, such as driving over the speed limit, running a red light, and failing to yield right of way, are committed by North Texas drivers on a daily basis. These drivers, both Class C and CDL, are in many cases pulled over by law enforcement and written traffic tickets for their offenses. Perhaps you were recently written a citation by police while behind the wheel with your commercial driver’s license. No matter the reason behind the issuance of your CDL violation, you must respond to it by the date it is due, by either pleading guilty to it or by challenging it in a court of law, just as the average, Class C motorist must in the same situation. You may already be aware of the fact that, should you plead guilty to your violation, points will be added permanently to your otherwise clean driving record. You may therefore be interested in challenging your ticket instead, in hopes of safeguarding your clean record and, by extension, your means of living as a professional motorist. Challenging your McKinney CDL violation is a task that Jack Byno & Associates may be able to assist you with. We are a respected traffic ticket law firm that has been relied upon by Collin County Class C and CDL motorists since 1994.
Collin County CDL violations and how they may be challenged
McKinney CDL Violations Fought at Trial
Whenever a driver, either Class C or commercial, is subjected to a traffic stop by police and written a citation, that driver has a very important decision to make. One must decide whether it is in their best interest to plead guilty to their charges or to challenge them in a court of law. As someone who holds a commercial driver’s license for work purposes, it may be in your best interest to try and protect your clean record by taking the necessary legal action to dispute your CDL violation in a court of law. If you are now looking to do just that, in order that your means of living may be protected, consider getting in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. Remember that our traffic ticket lawyers, who have been defending professional motorists just like you in Collin County courtrooms since 1994, may be retained to either plead your case for a possible deal or to fight your charges in an effort to get them dismissed. While your case is active, we would advise you to continue to be aware of traffic law as well as occasional D.O.T. stops.
Has Your McKinney CDL Violation Gone Into Warrant?
Let’s say that you are a trucker or other professional motorist who holds a commercial driver’s license (CDL) for work purposes. Let’s also assume that you were recently written a CDL violation by police in the Collin County City of McKinney, but did not respond to your citation in due time. Your overdue ticket may have prompted the McKinney Municipal Court, which does not tolerate overdue citations of any kind, to issue a warrant for your arrest. Does your traffic warrant remain out for you now? Then you should know that, unless you get it lifted, it may very well lead to your arrest at any time of the day or night. In the case that you would like to try and get your warrant lifted, but are confused about the legal process of doing so, consider seeking counsel from Jack Byno & Associates. For more than 20 years now, our law office has helped drivers in the very same situation as you steer clear of arrest by getting their McKinney traffic warrants lifted and by posting bonds for them. If we are able to lift your outstanding warrant, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested because of it. If we are also able to post your bond, it will serve as a promise from us to defend your case later in court, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.