Police in Haslet, Texas work tirelessly to ensure that all motorists are abiding by traffic law. In the instance that any motorist is caught breaking traffic law, he or she may be pulled over and written a citation at the discretion of law enforcement. In the case that you have been written a CDL or trucking violation in Haslet, while on the job as a professional motorist, you may be interested in challenging your Haslet CDL violation in court, as opposed to pleading guilty to it. This would be in an effort to protect your clean driving record from points. Even if you received your citation at a D.O.T. stop, you may seek professional legal counsel in doing so.
Have you heard about the Haslet Warrant Roundup? It should be of especial concern to you if you have been issued a traffic warrant by the Haslet Municipal Court on a previous occasion. Acting as an extension of the State-wide Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this annual event sees law enforcement officials working tirelessly to track down motorists with outstanding traffic warrants. Your traffic warrant is an arrest warrant and, unless lifted in a timely manner, may lead to your arrest and incarceration during, if not before, this year's roundup. The only way to ensure that your arrest is avoided is by taking legal action to get your warrant lifted. A lawyer may be able to guide you through the legal process of doing so, and may even be able to get your warrant lifted for you.
Are you aware of an annual law enforcement crackdown referred to as the Haslet Warrant Roundup? A local branch of the Great Texas Warrant Roundup, this event sees police working day and night to locate, and arrest, drivers who have been issued traffic warrants by the courts. Warrant Roundup season should therefore be of concern to you if you were previously issued a warrant by the Haslet Municipal Court, perhaps as a penalty for a traffic ticket that you were written in the city, but let go past due. If you are hoping to avoid arrest if at all possible during this year's roundup, there is only one way to do so, and this is by taking action to get your Haslet traffic warrant lifted. If you require assistance in doing so, a traffic ticket attorney who serves the Tarrant County area may be retained to lift your warrant for you.
The number of speeding tickets issued by law enforcement in Haslet, Texas is on the rise. Perhaps you are one of the many drivers recently caught speeding by police in Haslet, and that now have a speeding ticket to respond to. If so, be aware that you must respond to your citation by the date specified, lest your ticket go into warrant. In order to respond to your ticket, you must either plead guilty to it or take appropriate legal action to challenge it. If you plead guilty to speeding, points will be added to your driving record, and you will also have to pay a fine. If you dispute your violation, your record may be protected from points. A speeding ticket attorney may be retained to help you challenge your speeding ticket in court, perhaps by seeking you reduced fines, probation, driving safety courses, or another satisfactory plea agreement.
Jack Byno, public intoxication ticket defense lawyer, can help fight to keep your Haslet public intoxication citation off your record. If a person gets arrested for public intoxication, they are given the option of bonding out of jail. If you have bonded out, you may have posted a cash bond or hired a bail bondsman. The mistake many people make is thinking that is the end of it. It is just the beginning.When you bond out you are or will be given a court date. If you then fail to appear in court on the appointed date, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Jack Byno can help you lift the warrant and appear in court on your behalf. Contact the Law office of Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.