Written by attorney John Francis Byno IV


City of Addison, Texas Traffic Ticket Lawyer

I am Jack Byno, an Addison traffic ticket defense lawyer. I have been representing clients with speeding citations, CDL violations, driver's license suspension hearings and lifting traffic warrants since 1994. I have a lot of experience dealing with the Addison Municipal Court and would be happy to represent you there or any other traffic court in Dallas County now or during the warrant roundup. Lawyer Lifts Addison Speeding Ticket Warrants Did you receive a speeding ticket or some other moving violation in the City of Addison and forget about it or just put it off? If you went past the appearance due date on the citation, in all likelihood the court has issued a warrant for your arrest. If you have received notice that your Addison speeding ticket has gone into warrant status, you will need to dispose of it quickly to avoid arrest duringthe warrant roundup. Addison Particpates In The Statewide Warrant Roundup The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is increasing in size every year. The warrant roundup started as a means for cities across Texas to join in a coordinated effort to arrest those people with outstanding traffic warrants. The number of warrants that each city has varies from town to town, but the bottom line is the same. They want to arrest people with warrants to collect money. The cities of Texas need the money. It is that simple. The police officers that make the arrests get paid the same wether they arrest you or not. It costs Addison nothing more to look for you and every year they do arrest a lot of people. Traffic Ticket Lawyer Appears In Addison Municipal Court When you retain a lawyer to lift your Addison warrants for speeding tickets or other traffic violations, they will post a bond, get a court date, appear in court for you, and work out the best deal they can on your citations. After the lawyer has gone to court, they will send you a letter notifying you of the outcome, how much your court fees are, and when to pay them by. In most cases, the attorney can workout a deal to get you deferred adjudication (probation) assuming you qualify for it and successfully complete it, the ticket will not appear on your driving record.

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