NAVARRO COUNTY SPEEDING TICKET ATTORNEY
Jack Byno Navarro County Speeding Ticket Attorney
Countless DFW residents have turned to the Navarro County Speeding Ticket Attorney to resolve both Class “C” and CDL cases. For more than 25 year, the law firm of Jack Byno & Associates has gone to great lengths to find the best solution possible for each client that retains our services to best benefit them. We begin the legal proceedings by seeking out the best outcome possible, a dismissal. If one is unavailable for you, then know that plea negotiations can often prove fruitful in reducing the charges and allowing them to stay off a driving record. As well, we are able to be retained to represent many people for a trial should you choose to follow such a path. Do not wait further in order to gain the proper legal help to find the proper solution to resolve your case. Give us a call today and inquire further.
For more than two and a half decades, Jack Byno has been the go-to lawyer that has sought out and found the best outcome possible for each case that we take on. Our first priority will be to set your expectations and to communicate effectively with how we plan to resolve your issues if you gain our help. Upon hiring our lawyers to represent you, we will post any bond that may be needed to lift your warrant. As well, we’ll look for any way where we might be able to attend court in your place, allowing you to avoid dragging yourself in front of the judge for any unnecessary legal proceedings. Should you be interested in finding out what all can be done to further assist you, give us a call now, complete an online information form (which you can find out contact me page), or come by our law office’s physical location to meet with us in person during our normal business hours.
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Navarro County Speeding Ticket Pleas and Trials
When you contemplate how to deal with your speeding citation, it can often seem daunting and insurmountable. However, the Navarro Traffic Ticket Attorney is here to clear things up and streamline the legal proceedings wherever possible. Our first action when hired on will be to see if your case is one where a dismissal might be possible. If so, then we will pursue that route at full force. However, we realize there are almost as many approaches to dealing with moving citations as there are unique situations in which they are gained in Navarro County. At times, plea negotiations can frequently provide lowered charges that stay off the driving record of both Class “C” and CDL drivers. Should you gain such an outcome, then a mere probation and/or a defensive driving class are to be completed in many cases. Should you elect to retain us for a trial in DFW, then we will prepare arguments to contest each fact of your case and demand the proper evidence be produced to back up the allegations, or likely have the judge rule in your favor.
Navarro County CDL Speeding Tickets Defended
The Navarro County CDL Defense Lawyer has been representing long haul truckers in situations similar to your own for more than 25 years. Throughout our lengthy history of assisting with Commercial Driver’s License holders’ speeding violations, we have come to know of all the unique laws that come into effect whenever a trucker is facing a traffic violation. Should you be found or plead “guilty”, resulting in a conviction on record, know that many trucking companies will then be well within their right to fire an employee. Should you have your livelihood at risk, then retain the law office of Jack Byno & Associates. Along with understanding the plight you are undergoing, we also realize that delivery routes will sometimes take you far away. That is why we also look for ways when we might be able to go to court in your place and allow you to stick to your schedule. Give us a call today to find out more.
Navarro County Lawyer Posts Bonds & Lifts Warrants
Whenever a speeding ticket is issued to a North Texas resident, there will be a specific date by which they must either address the issue or gain an alias warrant. These stem from a Failure to Appear (FTA) or a Violation of Promise to Appear (FPTA). In hiring one of our Navarro County Justice of the Peace Traffic Ticket Attorney to represent you, we will be able to post your bond quickly and remotely. However, we may only be hired if you have not gone to a trial, nor entered pleas of “no contest” or “guilty”. In going to a trial and losing, then not adhering to your verdict, you will have a capias warrant issued for your arrest. In order to resolve this matter, you’ll have to either adhere to the verdict you were given or sit it out behind bars.
Navarro County Warrant Roundup Defense
At this time, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is currently underway. This is a time when officers are out in a higher concentration to make more stops for even the smallest of traffic infractions with the goal to find anyone on their wanted list and make an arrest. You will be listed if you allowed your speeding ticket to go overdue by even a single day. Hire the Navarro County Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyer to post your bond and help you out of this stressful situation like we have for countless others.
Contact A Navarro County Speeding Ticket Attorney
Throughout the over 25 years that our law office has been representing both Class “C” and Commercial Driver’s License holders, we have often found that results that best benefit our clients. We go out of our way to also make the entire legal proceedings as easy as possible. If you have further questions about how we might be able to benefit you, or to begin the hiring process, go ahead and contact me, the Navarro County Speeding Ticket Attorney, now.
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About Navarro County, Texas:
– There are over 47,700 people living in Navarro County to this day.
– Navarro County use to be part of Robertson County until 1846.
– There are 24 communities and one ghost town located in Navarro County.
You can find the official City of Navarro County website here.