Monday, May 14, 2012

Melissa Driver's License Suspension Lawyer | Speeding Ticket Warrant Attorney

Surcharges, license penalties, higher insurance rates and even arrest if your fine goes unpaid are just a smattering of the potential broader implications of a speeding ticket. Shockingly, only 5 percent of people who receive a speeding ticket try to contest it. Yet, when contested with the help of an attorney, most speeding ticket cases end in either a complete dismissal or a reduced punishment.
If you want to keep a speeding ticket off your record or avoid any of the long-term consequences that a ticket may bring about, you do have options. Contact a Texas traffic violation attorney today for help fighting your speeding ticket at 817-685-0912.

So what exactly can you expect from the warrant roundup? In many jurisdictions, anyone with an outstanding warrant is first mailed a warning notice. This notice gives the opportunity to address the matter before facing arrest. Purportedly, the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is held around tax time so that individuals can use their refunds to pay for court fees. Of course, it is inadvisable to admit guilt and directly contact a law enforcement agency about a charge underlying any outstanding warrant, regardless of how seemingly minor it may be, without first consulting a qualified Texas attorney. Call Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.


Traffic warrants lifted and speeding tickets defended in the following Collin County cities and many more: 
Allen, Anna, Frisco, Josephine, Melissa, McKinney, Murphy, Plano, Princeton, Prosper, Van Alstyne and Wylie.  

Principle office located at 2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B, Colleyville, TX 76034. Call 817-685-0912.