Arlington Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Experienced Attorney Defending You Against Traffic Tickets
In Texas, there are a number of different traffic tickets and violations that can result in fines, higher insurance rates, and license suspensions. Speeding tickets are the most common, but even these often come with other violations, such as, disregard traffic control device (DTCD). I am attorney Jack Byno, and I can help you keep your record as clean as possible.
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Traffic Violation in Texas?
Call Jack Byno • 817-685-0912 .
Since 1994, I have had experience representing clients in a wide variety of traffic ticket cases involving moving and non-moving violations, including:
- Speeding tickets
- Driving without a license (No DL)
- Driving while license suspended (DWLS)
- Running a red light or stop sign ( DTCD)
- No insurance/failure to maintain financial responsibility (FMFR)
- No registration or expired registration (MVR)
- No inspection or expired inspection (MVI)
- Reckless driving
- Failure to appear (FTA)
- Violation of promise to appear (VPTA)
- Failure to signal
- Failure to maintain a single lane
- Following too close
Texas State Point System
When you pay a traffic ticket fine, you are pleading guilty. When you plead guilty, you may be assessed traffic points by the State of Texas. When you accumulate traffic points, you must pay the state a mandatory yearly surcharge for three years in order to retain your license. I will work to help you keep the charges off your record, which may result in no surcharges.
Helping You Beat Your Non-Moving Violation Ticket
In instances involving certain non-moving violations, I can help you seek the best deal possible. Within five days of contacting my office, I will need you to provide me with the following information:
- Expired inspection: a copy of your recent inspection with PASS as the status
- Expired registration: a copy of your valid registration receipt
- Expired or no driver’s license: a copy of your valid driver’s license
- Failure to change address: a copy of your corrected, valid driver’s license
- No motorcycle endorsement: a copy of your valid driver’s license with a valid motorcycle endorsement
- Driving while license invalid (DWLI): a copy of your driver’s record showing CLEAR as your status
- Driving while license suspended (DWLS): a copy of your Driver’s Record showing CLEAR status
- Equipment violation: proof that your vehicle is now in compliance
- Failure to pay a toll: proof that you purchased a toll tag
If you do not have a copy of your driver’s record, you can obtain it by following the link on my Resource Links page.
Even the most routine traffic tickets can have serious impacts. Don’t just pay your fine and walk away or you may be subject to state surcharges for three years. Contact me today for a consultation with a speeding ticket defense lawyer.
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Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.
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