Can A Traffic Ticket Attorney Lift Warrants in Aubrey, Texas?
There are many different services a traffic ticket lawyer provides in Aubrey, Texas. One service is lifting warrants. However, after the warrant is lifted there are other services just as important. A traffic ticket attorney is responsible for attending court hearings for their clients until the case is resolved. In most cases the lawyer can appear in court on behalf of the client and plea the case to the best possible outcome given the facts.The only time a client appearance is necessary is when a client chooses to take their case to trial or the court orders it. For a complete discussion of the terms of service regarding trial settings, feel free to call attorney Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
Public Intoxication Warrant in Aubrey
Jack Byno, public intoxication ticket defense lawyer, can help fight to keep your Aubrey public intoxication citation off your record. If a person gets arrested for public intoxication, they are given the option of bonding out of jail. If you have bonded out, you may have posted a cash bond or hired a bail bondsman. The mistake many people make is thinking that is the end of it. It is just the beginning.When you bond out you are or will be given a court date. If you then fail to appear in court on the appointed date, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Jack Byno can help you lift the warrant and appear in court on your behalf. Contact the Law office of Jack Byno at 817-685-0912.
CDL Trial Attorney Defends Traffic Tickets In Aubrey, Texas
Let's be honest. Sometimes with a CDL you will get lucky and your case will be in a court that will work with you. However, sometimes you will not be that fortunate. When you find that you have no option, but to fight the ticket in a trial, Jack Byno & Associates can help you. When you set your case for trial this is what to expect in court:
The right to inspect the complaint before trial and to have it read to you at the trial
The right to have your case tried before a jury
The right to hear all testimony introduced against you
The right to testify on your own behalf
The right to cross-examine any witness against you
The right not to testify
the right to call witnesses testify