Friday, May 11, 2012

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

Most traffic tickets in Texas are Class "C" misdemeanors. Don't make the mistake as so many do and just pay the ticket. By pleading guilty and paying the traffic fine, that citation is now put on your driving record for up to 36 months. Too many convictions can result in the suspension of your Texas drivers license. If you have received a letter from DPS stating they will suspend your driver's license because you were convicted of too many moving violations, you can contest the suspension in court. But you must act fast. If you have received this notice, contact attorney Jack Byno immediately at 817-685-0912.

If you are facing any sort of traffic violation, it is important to pay careful attention to court dates and contact an experienced attorney in your area for help. While a traffic ticket may seem like an inconvenience, ignoring the ticket can only lead to bigger problems later on. Unfortunately, many people tend to ignore the citation and hope it will go away on its own. The reality is that a warrant can and will be issued if you fail to take care of the ticket, even for minor offenses and small fines. Depending on the type of warrant, you may have an opportunity to appear in court and fight the charges or pay the fine without the embarrassment of an arrest. For more information about handling your traffic ticket contact the Law Office of 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.