Springtown Police Write Traffic Tickets to CDL Holders
Truckers, school bus drivers, and other individuals who make a living as professional motorists are all individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) for work purposes. They are also all required to maintain their clean driving records, as proof to their employers that they are safe, responsible drivers. Even so, just as the average, Class C driver may be pulled over by police and written a traffic violation, so may the professional CDL driver behind the wheel of an eighteen-wheeler. Maybe you are a CDL driver who has been written a traffic ticket by police in the Parker County City of Springtown, Texas. You may have been for speeding or another moving violation, or at a D.O.T. stop for a weight limit violation. Because you must respond to your charges by the date that they are due, and because points will be added to your driving record should you plead guilty, you may now be considering challenging your ticket instead. You may do so in one of two ways:
- By pleading your case for a possible deal, in lieu of points added to your record
- By fighting your ticket at an official trial setting
You do not have to try and dispute your Springtown traffic citation on your own; you may seek professional legal assistance in doing so, assistance that very well may be provided by Jack Byno & Associates. Since the founding of our law firm in 1994, we have helped CDL motorists in the same situation as you are in now, by representing them in court and safeguarding their careers as professional drivers. We would do our best to defend you and your career in the Springtown Municipal Court if hired to do so.
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Lawyer Lifts CDL Holders’ Springtown Traffic Warrants
A traffic ticket written to you in Springtown, Texas, may seem like a trivial matter, and undemanding of your immediate attention, but this is not the case. If left unattended for too long, a simple citation can indeed spiral into a much more serious issue. If you have been written a CDL or trucking violation by police in the Parker County City of Springtown, and have not fulfilled your responsibility to respond to your ticket by the date it is due, the Springtown Municipal Court may issue a warrant for your arrest as a penalty for your overdue ticket. Once a traffic warrant is issued for you, your case is much more serious than it was before, as you could be sought for arrest by police at any time of the day or night. And from behind bars, of course, you cannot continue your work as a professional CDL driver. Fortunately, there is a way that you may avoid arrest, and this is by acting fast to ensure that your traffic warrant is lifted.
Jack Byno & Associates offers to lift warrants and post bonds on behalf of its eligible clients. It does not matter to us whether you happen to hold a Class C or CDL license, if you are looking to steer clear of arrest if at all possible, we may be able to help you accomplish this goal. If we are able to lift your Springtown traffic warrant for you, your arrest because of your warrant will no longer be imminent. If we are also able to post bond for you, you may expect for us to appear in court later on your behalf, at a hearing that may be scheduled for you.
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