Thursday, March 21, 2013

Saginaw, Texas Traffic Warrant Roundup Lawyers | Speeding Ticket Attorneys

Speeding Ticket Attorney Defends Against Saginaw Charges

For most Saginaw, Texas speeding tickets I can work out a deal for deferred adjudication. Deferred adjudication means that you plead guilty or no contest to the charge, but instead of finding you guilty, the court places you on probation. Normally, I can work out a deal to get you time to pay your court fees when I enter the plea on your behalf. At the end of the probation period, providing you have successfully completed the probation, your case will be dismissed and the speeding ticket will not appear on your driving record or effect your insurance rates. However, if you violate any condition of your probation, this may result in a conviction. Contact me to see if you qualify for deferred adjudication at 817-685-0912.

All Saginaw Traffic Warrants Are Actively Hunted

Make no mistake: with the Great Texas Warrant Roundup in effect, no outstanding Saginaw warrant will escape notice. When the statewide warrant roundup first started, only a handful of law enforcement agencies from across the state participated. Yet, the original participants were enough to form a solid base for the program, and more entities joined in every year as the Great Texas Warrant Roundup gained steam. Today, as of the end of February, there are 276 law enforcement agencies participating in the warrant roundup; more than half of those agencies are in North Texas alone. Contact Jack Byno, an experienced traffic warrant attorney at 817-685-0912.

CDL Trial Attorney Defends Traffic Tickets In Saginaw, Texas

Let's be honest. Sometimes with a CDL you will get lucky and your case will be  in a court that will work with you. However, sometimes you will not be that fortunate. When you find that you have no option, but to fight the ticket in a trial, Jack Byno & Associates can help you. When you set your case for trial this is what to expect in court:
  • The right to inspect the complaint before trial and to have it read to you at the trial
  • The right to have your case tried before a jury
  • The right to hear all testimony introduced against you
  • The right to testify on your own behalf
  • The right to cross-examine any witness against you
  • The right not to testify
  • the right to call witnesses testify
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