The Fort Worth Police Department, and law enforcement in communities all across the greater Tarrant County area, works day and night to ensure that all motorists are abiding by traffic law. Should any driver be caught breaking the law, he or she may be subjected to a traffic stop and written a citation. Perhaps you have been written a traffic ticket by police in Fort Worth, Texas, while holding your commercial driver's license. Lest points be applied to your clean driving record over your Fort Worth CDL violation (whether or not you received it at a D.O.T. stop) you may opt to challenge your citation in court, as opposed to pleading guilty to it. The Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is a traffic ticket law firm with more than 20 years of experience in Tarrant County, and may assist you in the disputation of your violation. To find out more, please call 817-685-0912, or contact me online.
Are You a CDL Holder with an Outstanding Fort Worth Traffic Warrant?
In the Tarrant County City of Fort Worth, Texas, when a motorist is written a traffic ticket by police, he or she is expected to make a timely response to their violation. Should any driver fail to respond to their charges in due time, he or she may be issued a traffic warrant by the Fort Worth Municipal Court. Maybe you let your Fort Worth CDL violation go past due, and maybe it prompted the court to issue you a traffic warrant as a penalty. Lest you be arrested because of your warrant, you may want to act fast to ensure that it is lifted. Jack Byno & Associates is a traffic ticket law firm that may assist you in getting your warrant lifted. We may also post bond for you, as a promise to represent you later in court. Please contact me for additional details, or call us at 817-685-0912.
Principle office located at 2319 Hall-Johnson Rd. Suite B, Colleyville, TX 76034. For more information, please call 817-685-0912.