Principle Office Located At:
2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B
Colleyville, TX 76034
If you have multiple Commerce traffic tickets on your driving record, or have been been convicted of more serious traffic offenses, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), you may be up against Commerce DL suspension. Your driver's license may be suspended for other reasons as well, such as No Insurance convictions or at the recommendation of a physician who has concluded you are medically incapable of driving. Once you have received a Commerce DL suspension notice from the Department of Public Safety (DPS), you will have a limited number of days to respond to it and request a suspension hearing. No matter the reason behind your looming DL suspension, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to defend you at your hearing, which will be held in the Hunt County Justice Court if granted to you. For additional information, please complete our DL Suspension Contact Form.
You will be informed beforehand if your driver's license is in danger of suspension as a result of Commerce traffic violations, as the Texas Department of Public Safety will mail you a Notice of Suspension. If you have been mailed a Commerce DL suspension notice, you will only have 20 calendar days to request a DL suspension hearing with DPS. At this hearing, which if permitted will be held in the Hunt County Justice of the Peace Court, you will have the chance to dispute the suspension of your driver's license, but Jack Byno & Associates may also be hired to dispute your DL suspension in court on your behalf. There is a good chance that you, as our client, will not be required to appear at your scheduled DL suspension hearing with us.
If you lose your Commerce DL suspension hearing, or have not responded in due time to a Notice of Suspension mailed to you by the Texas Department of Public Safety, you can expect the suspension of your driver's license. Just because your regular DL is no longer valid does not necessarily mean that you have no options when it comes to staying behind the wheel legally. Our law firm may be able to acquire you a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), or Essential Need License. An ODL, if granted to you, would allow you legal access to school, work and other venues you cannot do without, for the duration of your Commerce DL suspension.
Before Jack Byno & Associates are able to seek an ODL on your behalf, we may first ask you to provide us with particular information, such as your driver's license number, a copy of your driving record, and proof of auto insurance. If our law firm does ask for an Occupational Driver's License for you and one is thereby granted, please be aware that it is your responsibility to follow any driving stipulations that come with it. These stipulations may include where you are allowed to drive and at what times of the day. If you are caught breaking these rules, you may be charged with Driving With License Invalid (DWLI), which itself may result in arrest, costly court fines and even an extended Commerce DL suspension.
The legal representatives at the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno are standing by right now to answer any questions you may have concerning Commerce DL suspension. Because our law firm has been practicing Texas traffic law since 1994, you can rest assured that we possess the experience and legal expertise you require to protect your driver's license and stay behind the wheel. While the events leading up to DL suspension can encompass anything from doctor recommendation and habitual violations to No Insurance convictions and even drunk driving (DWI), Jack Byno & Associates have seen it all and are more than prepared to defend their clients against the repercussions of these and other traffic offenses. For more information on Commerce DL suspension, suspension notices, hearings and ODLs, please fill out our DL Suspension Contact Form or give our law office a call at 817-685-0912.
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Drivers license suspension and revocations, as well as, occupational drivers licenses, temporary licenses, and essential need licenses are sought in the following counties: Collin County, Cooke County, Dallas County, Denton County, Ellis County, Grayson County, Henderson County, Hill County, Hunt County, Johnson County, Kaufman County , Navarro County , Parker County , Rains County, Rockwall County, Tarrant County, and Wise County.
Each of the above counties has Justice of the Peace (JP) Courts in one or more of the following cities:Alvarado, Arlington, Athens, Boyd, Bridgeport, Burleson, Carrolton, Chandler, Cleburne, Corsicana, Commerce, Cross Roads, Dallas, Decatur, Denison, Denton, Emory, Ennis, Farmersvile, Fort Worth, Frisco, Gainesville, Garland, Grand Prairie, Greenville, Hillsboro, Hurst, Kaufman, Kemp, Irving, Lake Worth, Lancaster, Lewisville, Malakoff, Mansfield, McKinney, Mesquite, Midlothian, Plano, Quinlan, Richardson, Roanoke, Rockwall, Seven Points, Sherman, Southlake, Springtown, Terrell, The Colony, Valley View, Van Alstyne, Waxahachie, Weatherford, Willow Park, and Wylie.
JACK BYNO, ATTORNEY AT LAW
2319 HALL JOHNSON ROAD, SUITE B
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034