Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Garland Warrants Lifted By Attorney | Speeding Tickets Lawyer

Garland Speeding Ticket Defense Lawyer

In most cases, if you were written a speeding ticket in the City of Garland, Texas, the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates can keep the ticket off of your driving record by getting a deferred disposition. Of course, there are conditions that you must meet.  If you are approved for deferred disposition, you can get your citation dismissed (which will keep a traffic citation off your driving record). I will go to court, enter a plea of no contest and you must pay an administrative; complete a probation period; and if you are under 25 years of age, you must also take a defensive driving class as a requirement of the Deferred Disposition on all moving violations. If you receive no conviction for any other offense during the probation period, the charge will be dismissed. Contact me at 817-685-0912.

Garland, Texas Traffic Warrant Attorney

Have you been the recipient of a Texas traffic ticket in Garland? If you didn't successfully fight the charges or pay the full penalty imposed upon you, there may have been a warrant issued in your name. Hundreds of residents in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth area found this out the hard way in July, 2012. For several years now, Texas law enforcement agencies around the state have teamed up to launch a coordinated effort to close out arrest warrants for traffic crimes and other offenses. The annual warrant roundup has been so successful that some municipalities have turned it into a quarterly event. For more information, please call Jack Byno & Associates at 817-685-0912.

Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (No Insurance) In Garland
Jack Byno & Associates defend all Garland, Texas traffic tickets including no insurance tickets. No insurance violations are often cited as Failure To Maintain Financial Responsibility (FMFR). A second or subsequent conviction of an offense under the Texas motor vehicle safety responsibility act will result in the suspension of your driver’s license and motor vehicle registration unless you file and maintain proof of financial responsibility with the department of public safety for two years from the date of conviction. Contact our attorneys today for help defending and FMFR charge at 817-685-0912.

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