Richland Hills CDL and Trucking Violations Challenged
Truckers and bus drivers are among the many professional motorists who hold commercial driver’s licenses for work purposes. In most cases, CDL holders are required by their employers to keep their driving records spotless, as proof of their abilities to drive safely while behind the wheel. For this reason, if you hold a CDL and have been written a trucking violation by law enforcement in Richland Hills, you may be worried about your violation ending up as points on your driving record. For this reason it may not be a wise idea to plead guilty to your violation, as if you do so points will be added permanently to your record. A better course of action may be to challenge your violation in a court of law, by either pleading your case for a deal or fighting your charges at trial.
No matter whether you were written your CDL violation in Richland Hills for speeding, an over weight violation, or any other moving or vehicle-related offense, you do not have to try and challenge your ticket on your own. You may seek professional legal assistance in doing so, assistance that may be provided you by Jack Byno & Associates. For over 20 years, we have challenged traffic tickets and city ordinance violations on behalf of our eligible Class C and CDL clients. Our skilled lawyers understand that you as a professional driver simply want to remain behind the wheel and on the job if at all possible, and may be retained to assist you in realizing this goal.
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Overdue Richland Hills CDL Violations Fall Into Warrant Status
Upon being written a traffic ticket or city ordinance violation in the Tarrant County City of Richland Hills, it is the duty of the motorist to whom the citation was written to respond to their charges in a timely manner. If you have not responded to your Richland Hills CDL violation in due time, neither pleading guilty to it nor challenging it in court, the Richland Hills Municipal Court may soon be prompted to issue a warrant for your arrest as a penalty. Once a traffic warrant is out for you, your situation is much more serious and demanding of your attention than it was before. Because you could be taken into custody by police at potentially any time once a traffic warrant has been issued for you by the court (thus jeopardizing your career as a professional CDL driver) you may want to consider taking legal action to get your warrant lifted. Jack Byno & Associates may be able to assist you in doing so.
For over 20 years, our lawyers have gotten warrants lifted and bonds posted on behalf of our eligible Class C and CDL clients in Tarrant County and neighboring DFW-area communities. If you make the decision to hire us to lift your traffic warrant and to post your bond, and if we are able to carry out these legal services on your behalf swiftly and successfully, your arrest may no longer be imminent.
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