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Westworth Village CDL Defense Lawyer

Have You Been Issued A CDL Violation In Westworth Village?

Individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) for work as truckers, bus drivers, and even emergency vehicle drivers are more likely than not required to maintain their clean driving records. If you hold a CDL, you maintain your clean record by obeying traffic law at all times while on the job. Even so, you may have recently been caught speeding, violating a weight limit, or breaking traffic law in some other way in Westworth Village, on the road or at a D.O.T. stop. If you were written a CDL or trucking violation for your offense, it was up to you to respond to your violation by the date that it was due. You may have done so in one of two ways, by either pleading guilty to your offense, or by challenging your ticket in a court of law. Because points would be added to your otherwise clean record should you opt to plead guilty, it may be in your better interest to instead challenge your violation in court. You may seek assistance in challenging your Westworth Village CDL violation; it is not a task that you must try to complete on your own.

Tarrant County-based traffic ticket law firm Jack Byno & Associates may be retained to assist you in disputing your Westworth Village CDL violation. For over 20 years, we have been trusted by CDL motorists who are looking to protect their records and livelihoods from their violations. If we are retained by you to defend against your charges, we may do so in one of two possible ways:

  • By seeking you a favorable plea agreement
  • By fighting your ticket at an official trial setting

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

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Has Your Westworth Village Traffic Warrant Gone Into Warrant?

When traffic tickets are written to CDL holders by Westworth Village, Texas police, but are not responded to in due time, those tickets may go into warrant. This means that the Westworth Village Municipal Court, which does not tolerate overdue traffic or city ordinance citations, may be prompted to issue traffic warrants for the drivers at question. Once a traffic warrant has been issued for you, your case is much more serious than it was previously, as you could be sought for arrest by police at potentially any time. In a worst-case scenario, you could even lose your job, as you could not continue to drive with your CDL from behind bars. Fortunately, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be of service to you. Our lawyers offer to lift traffic warrants and post bonds on behalf of our eligible clients, and may be retained to provide you with these same services. If we are able to lift your traffic warrant, and post bond for you, you will no longer have to worry about being arrested because of it (not even during the annual Westworth Village Warrant Roundup).

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

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