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Navarro County Justice Of The Peace Traffic Ticket Attorney

Attorney Defends Tickets In The Justice Of The Peace Courts.

Did you receive a traffic ticket from a state trooper, or sheriff’s deputy? If so, you will have to report to a Navarro County Justice of the Peace Court (JP). At the law office of Jack Byno & Associates, we can represent you in those courts. We handle all types of traffic tickets, including, but not limited to, speeding tickets, outstanding traffic warrants, and CDL violations. When you receive a Navarro County traffic ticket, you have to read it carefully and find out which Justice Of The Peace Court you have to appear in. County courts can have four or more JP courts. Contact me for help with your Navarro County Justice of the Peace traffic ticket.

Speeding Ticket In A Navarro County JP Court?

If you have received a speeding ticket in Navarro County and do not know how to handle it, you can retain the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates. We will request a court date to appear on your behalf and work out the best deal we can to keep the speeding violation off your driving record. Usually, we are able to plea cases to deferred adjudication (probation). When this happens you will have to pay a fee to the court and not receive another related traffic citation for a certain amount of time. Contact me to find out if you are eligible for probation in the Navarro County Justice of the Peace Court.

Do You Have An Outstanding Navarro County Warrant?

Are you worried about being arrested because of an outstanding traffic warrant? If that is the case, you need to hire an experienced traffic ticket attorney that can help you lift your Navarro County warrant. The office of Jack Byno & Associates can help you, we can get the warrant lifted within three business days. By doing so, the case will be reopened and we will work out a deal to keep the violation off your driving record. Keep in mind that since your traffic ticket went into warrant status, the fines do tend to be higher. We will try to reduce them, but ultimately it will be up to the judge. Our attorney’s main goal is to keep the charges off your driving record. Contact me as soon as possible to avoid being arrested during the Statewide Warrant Roundup!

Special note: The statewide warrant roundup has begun! There are a lot more cities participating in the Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Below are links to some of the Navarro County Courts that are taking part:

Have You Received A CDL Or Trucking Violation?

In the law office of Jack Byno & Associates, we understand that a CDL is very important for your livelihood. Our experienced attorneys may be able to help you keep the CDL and trucking violations off your record, or try to lessen the impact on your CDL. If you receive a traffic ticket in a Navarro County Justice of the Peace Court, you can hire our lawyers to appear on your behalf. If the JP court does not want to offer you any type of probation, we can be retained to try appealing your case to the higher court in Navarro County, where there is a better chance of keeping the trucking violation off your record. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee any outcome to a case. Contact me to find out what we can do for your CDL and trucking violations in a Navarro County JP Court.

We Can Help!!

From a simple speeding ticket to a traffic warrant or CDL violation, the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates can help you through the process. Our experienced lawyers will do the best they can to keep your driving record clean. Contact me today to discuss your Navarro County, Texas traffic ticket in detail.


ADVISORY: Most Courts set their fines and fees at reasonable rates that are consistent with the nature of the charge. However, there are just a few Courts in the greater North Texas area that set the fines and fees extremely above the norm. Although these high fines are technically legal, they are, in our opinion, excessive. This is one of those Courts! When you retain our services we will do what we can to help you. However, please remember, the judge sets your fines, not your attorney.

Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.

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