Thursday, March 3, 2011


Fort Worth Traffic Ticket Attorney

Were you pulled over for speeding in Fort Worth? Were you issued a traffic ticket in the Fort Worth area? Every municipality has their own ordinances and procedures when it comes to traffic violations. I am Jack Byno, and I have been serving clients in the Fort Worth area as a traffic ticket attorney for over a decade.

Traffic Violation in Fort Worth?

Call Jack Byno • 817-685-0912 or visit our website at

Were you given a traffic ticket in Arlington a few months ago? That doesn't mean you face the very same situation for your recent speeding ticket in Weatherford. Every municipality has their own specific procedures. Over the past decade, I have represented clients in local courts throughout the greater Dallas - Fort Worth Area. I understand the challenges they face. I know how local laws differ and I know how to get you results in the Fort Worth area:

Fort Worth
Haltom City
North Richland Hills
White Settlement
And others

Fort Worth Traffic Violations

It is more difficult to have your speeding ticket dismissed in Fort Worth than it is in Dallas. In Fort Worth, there is a two step process to resolving all traffic tickets. First there is a pre-trial docket where the officer must show up and validate the ticket. If there are any serious mistakes or the officer doesn't show, the case may be dismissed. If you have a CDL, you should take any chance you can get to pursue dismissal of your traffic ticket.

The second step takes place if your case is not dismissed, it will be set on an Attorney Plea Docket. On that date, you do not need to appear with me, but I will go to court on your behalf and I will negotiate the best deal I can with the prosecuting attorney. In most cases, I can get you a deferred adjudication probation, which will keep the citation off your driving record.

Contact Jack Byno at 817-685-0912 or visit our website at

Every city handles speeding tickets and other traffic violations differently. The sooner you call an experienced lawyer, the sooner you can set realistic expectations for your case in the Fort Worth area. Contact me today for a free initial consultation with a Fort Worth area attorney.

Contact the Fort Worth traffic violations lawyers at the law offices of Jack Byno. Our attorneys have extensive experience in traffic violations. We offer representation for people who hold commercial drivers licenses (CDL).

We represent our clients with:

Traffic tickets
Moving violations
Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Violations
Failure to appear in court
Speeding Violations
Failure to stop for a police officer
Hit and run accidents
Running a stop sign
No insurance
Passing a school bus while stopped

Fort Worth Texas Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney

Fort Worth Traffic Ticket Warrants Lifted

If you failed to take your traffic violation seriously, there may now be a traffic warrant issued in your name. If you have been contacted by the town or county where your ticket was first issued, it is time to call an experienced lawyer. Jack Byno can help you resolve your Fort Worth warrant, before you are arrested.

Traffic Violation in Texas?

Call or email Jack Byno • 817-685-0912 or visit our website.

You do not want to be issued a ticket for a traffic violation when there is already an outstanding warrant in your name regarding a previous violation. There are two separate kinds of warrants issued by the state of Texas, and with over a decade of experience as a traffic attorney:

According to officials cited in The Dallas Morning News report, many people fail to pay traffic citations because they do not know their options. Many assume the only option is to plead guilty and pay. Some will attempt to avoid paying the fines indefinitely and try to avoid arrest. But the same officials also warn that if arrested during the round up, offenders usually only have two options - pay the fine or go to jail. Law enforcement officials urge people with Dallas warrants to take care of the situation proactively, citing the opportunity to negotiate and deal with prosecutors.

If you have or suspect you have an outstanding Dallas warrant, getting help is crucial. The first step, however, is to make sure that your case never gets that far. If you have received a traffic citation, it is important not to ignore the Dallas ticket or hope that it will go away on its own. Failing to pay or fight the fine can have serious consequences. An experienced traffic defense attorney can help explain your options.


Every March, law enforcement officials from around Texas participate in the annual Statewide Warrant Roundup. The Dallas & Fort Worth roundups focuses on finding and arresting those with outstanding warrants and collecting the millions of dollars in unpaid fines. Though the roundup usually takes place in the spring, others occur in various counties throughout the year. This past August, marshals from Dallas and the surrounding communities conducted another roundup, going after the $99 million in uncollected fines from over 130,000 individuals.

As the annual Dallas roundup is here, it is important to take care of Dallas traffic citations and warrants before the police find you.

Alias Warrant: Did you fail to respond to your Fort Worth traffic ticket? If so, the ticket expired and now there is an alias warrant in your name. You still have the right to appear in court. I will post your bond, remove your warrant, and set a new court date.

Capias Warrant: If you already had your hearing, but you failed to comply with the orders of the Fort Worth municipal court, then they issued a capias warrant. You have two options: pay the fine or go to jail.

Traffic Warrants

Even the smallest traffic violations can result in a warrant, if you fail to take care of your Fort Worth ticket or comply with court orders. Do not underestimate the importance of taking care of your traffic violation:

Speeding tickets
Driving without a license (No DL)
Driving while license suspended (DWLS)
Running a red light or stop sign (DTCD)
Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (FMFR)
No Insurance
No registration or expired registration (MVR)
No inspection or expired inspection (MVI)
Reckless driving
Failure to appear (FTA)
Violation of promise to appear (VPTA)
Failure to signal
Failure to maintain a single lane
Following too close

Statewide Warrant Roundup

Fort Worth, Texas police make an effort to arrest every person with an outstanding traffic warrant in the state. By contacting me today, I can help you avoid the statewide warrant roundup and help you take care of your warrant today.

Contact Jack Byno at 817-685-0912 or visit our website at

If you failed to take care of your Fort Worth traffic ticket, then there is most likely a traffic warrant issued in your name. You don't want to face a second violation without appropriately taking care of the first. Contact me today for a consultation with a lawyer.