Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Richardson, Texas Warrants Lifted By Lawyer | Speeding Tickets Attorney
In an effort to keep the Richardson speeding ticket off your driving record, the most likely outcome that the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates will be able to achieve is deferred adjudication. Deferred adjudication (also called deferred disposition) is a type of probation that may be given in traffic court. Typically, you are required to pay some money on the traffic citation and agree not to get another traffic violation for a certain period of time. You may also have to take defensive driving if you are under 25 years of age. Contact us today to see if your qualify for probation at 817-685-0912.
How Do I Get My License Reinstated If The Richardson Municipal Court Has An Omni Fee Hold On It?
Holds are put on a person’s driver’s license if a case in Richardson, Texas goes into warrant and remains unresolved. The Texas legislature has approved a hold fee of $30.00 per unresolved case. This fee is referred to as an “omni fee.” An omni fee is a civil penalty. This means that regardless of the outcome of your case, you will still have to pay the omni fee in order to lift any holds on your driver's license. For more information, please call attorney Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
Alcohol Violation in Richardson, Texas? Hire an Attorney!
I am Jack Byno, an alcohol violations defense attorney serving the greater Richardson, Texas area. I have two decades of experience working with drivers in Texas and out-of-state drivers who are facing traffic and criminal charges related to alcohol. Contact the attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates for more details on how we can help you at 817-685-0912.
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