OLA TRAFFIC TICKET ATTORNEY
City of Ola, Texas Traffic Ticket Attorney
I am Jack Byno, a traffic ticket attorney who has been in practice in North Texas since 1994. My associates and I represent a variety of traffic-related legal cases on a daily basis, including in the Kaufman County town of Ola. We defend against speeding tickets and other moving violations, trucking violations, traffic warrants and more. If you are a Class C driver or CDL holder dealing with a traffic ticket or similar legal issue, contact Jack Byno & Associates today for aggressive legal representation in the Ola Municipal Court.
Traffic Violations Defended in Ola, Texas
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Are You a CDL Driver with a Pending Ola Trucking Violation?
It does not matter to police whether you hold a CDL or Class C driver’s license. If you choose to disregard traffic law while behind the wheel in Kaufman County, you may be pulled over at the discretion of law enforcement and written a violation, even you are a trucker behind the wheel of an eighteen-wheeler. In the case that you do hold a commercial driver’s license, and have been written a CDL or trucking violation while on the job in Ola, you are perhaps more concerned about your citation than the average driver would be. This is because you as a professional driver must maintain your clean record as proof of your responsible driving habits. If you were to plead guilty to your charges, points consequently added to your record would prove your inability to drive safely while behind the wheel, thus threatening your career. In a worst-case scenario, you could lose your job. It may therefore be in your better interest to dispute your CDL violation, and Jack Byno & Associates is prepared to help you do so. If you hire us to defend your case in court, we may even be able to appear therein on your behalf, if you are unable to appear yourself.
Lawyer Defends Against Ola CDL Violations
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Speeding Tickets Written Daily to Drivers in Kaufman County
Driving over the speed limit is an easy traffic violation to commit, making the speeding ticket one of the most common traffic violations written to drivers in North Texas. Have you been written a speeding ticket while behind the wheel in the Kaufman County town of Ola? Although your citation may appear trivial at first glance, it is just as demanding of your attention as any other violation, and must be responded to in due time. In order to respond to your Ola speeding ticket, you may either plead guilty to driving over the legal speed limit, or challenge your charges. While Jack Byno & Associates may be able to help you defend against your charges in court should you decide to take that route, points will be added to your driving record permanently should you instead plead guilty. If you do not respond to your ticket at all, and it becomes overdue, it may fall into warrant status.
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Traffic Warrants Issued in Ola, Lifted by Attorney
In Ola, Texas, when a driver is written a traffic ticket but fails to respond to it by the date it is due, neither pleading guilty to nor disputing their violation, it may fall into warrant status. When a citation goes into warrant, it means that the court has issued a warrant for the arrest of the driver with the overdue violation. Has a traffic warrant been issued for you by the Ola Municipal Court? Are you afraid that it will lead to your arrest in the very near future? Then before your fears have a chance to become a reality, consider getting in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. If you are eligible, we may be able to lift your Ola traffic warrant for you, and post bond for you as well as a promise to defend your case later in the court, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.
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