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Southlake Cdl Defense Lawyer

Have You Been Written a CDL Violation by Southlake Police?

There are many reasons that a driver may be pulled over by police and written a traffic ticket. These reasons can encompass driving over the legal speed limit, failing to yield right of way, disregarding a traffic control device, and even (for commercial motorists) committing a weight limit violation at a D.O.T. stop. No matter whether one holds a CDL or standard, Class C driver’s license, a traffic citation must be responded to in due time, either pleaded guilty to or challenged in a court of law. In the case that you do hold a commercial driver’s license, for work as a trucker or other professional motorist, pleading guilty to your violation may not be an option for you to consider, as points consequently added to your clean driving record may end up jeopardizing your career as a commercial driver. If you hope to challenge your charges instead, but are unsure as to how to begin the legal process, pick up the phone and call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno.

For over 20 years, we have defended Class C and CDL holders alike against violations issued for them in the City of Southlake. We may be hired to defend against your CDL or trucking violation by either:

  • Fighting your ticket at trial (you may be required to appear)
  • Seeking you a favorable plea agreement (you may not be required to appear)

Let Us Help You Challenge Your Southlake CDL Violation

Contact me | Attorney Jack Byno | 817-685-0912

Tarrant County CDL violations- Additional information


Overdue Southlake CDL Violations Go Into Warrant

In the City of Southlake, Texas, when a driver is written a ticket by law enforcement for breaking traffic law, that driver is expected by the courts to respond to their citation in due time. If the driver fails to respond to their violation, neither pleading guilty nor challenging it in court, it can be expected to fall into warrant status. In other words, if you do not respond to a CDL or trucking violation issued to you in Southlake, even to the point that it becomes overdue, the Southlake Municipal Court may be prompted to issue you a traffic warrant. Once a traffic warrant is out for you, your arrest is unfortunately imminent, and for as long as your warrant remains active. The only way that you may be sure to avoid arrest is by taking legal action to get your warrant lifted. It may be in the best interest of your career to do so, as if you are taken into custody over your warrant your career as a CDL driver may be jeopardized, or even lost. That said, ensuring that your warrant is lifted is a task that the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be able to assist you with. We hold the power to post bonds and lift traffic warrants on behalf of our eligible CDL clients, and may be retained to carry out these legal doings on your behalf, if you are eligible.

Southlake Traffic Warrants Lifted with Lawyer’s Help

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

More on traffic warrants and how they are lifted

Regarding the Great Texas Warrant Roundup