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Have You Been Written A CDL Violation In Pilot Point, Texas?

Individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses, including bus drivers and truckers, are all individuals who are required to maintain their clean driving records. If you have been written a CDL or trucking violation by law enforcement in the Denton County town of Pilot Point, Texas, you are most likely worried about your ticket and the potential negative impact your citation may end up having on your driving record. This is a worry that every day, Class C motorists do not have to concern themselves with. Because points may be added to your driving record permanently should you plead guilty to your charges (whether they be for speeding, an over weight violation, or any other offense accumulated at a D.O.T. stop or on the road), you may now be considering disputing your violation in court. If you do decide to dispute your violation, by either pleading your case for a possible deal or by fighting your ticket in court, Jack Byno & Associates may be of service to you. For over 20 years, our lawyers have defended both Class C and commercial drivers in Denton County courtrooms and may be able to help you dispute your Pilot Point CDL or trucking violation in court as well.

Please be advised, should you fail to challenge your Pilot Point CDL violation by the date that it is due, it may go into warrant.

Lawyer Defends Against Pilot Point CDL Violations

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What Happens When Pilot Point CDL Violations Go Into Warrant?

Traffic tickets may go into warrant if they are not responded to in due time. When a citation goes into warrant due to its overdue status, it means that a warrant has been issued for the arrest of the driver to whom the violation was written. Have you allowed a CDL or trucking violation written to you in the Denton County City of Pilot Point to become overdue? Has it prompted the Pilot Point Municipal Court to issue you a traffic warrant as a penalty? If so, and because your arrest is imminent for as long as your traffic warrant remains out for you, it may be in your best interest (and in the best interest of your career) to take legal action today to get your warrant lifted. Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to assist you in doing so. If we are able to lift your traffic warrant and post bond for you, your arrest because of your warrant will no longer be imminent, and your career as a professional CDL driver may be safeguarded.

Has Your Pilot Point CDL Violation Gone Into Warrant?

Contact me, attorney Jack Byno | 817-685-0912

More information on:

*Denton County CDL violations

*Traffic warrants and bonds

*Pilot Point Warrant Roundup