Principle Office Located At:
2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B
Colleyville, TX 76034
Have you received a DPS Notice of Suspension in the mail? The Department of Public Safety (DPS) would have sent you this notice to inform you that your driver's license has been designated for imminent suspension. There are a number of possible reasons behind a Cross Roads DL suspension. You may have too many outstanding traffic tickets, or more serious convictions on your driving record, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have been fighting Cross Roads DL Suspension in the Denton County Justice Courts since 1994, and therefore possess the experience and expertise you need to successfully dispute your DL suspension. If you would like additional information on DL suspension, please fill out our DL Suspension Contact Form.
If the Texas Department of Public Safety mails you a Notice of Suspension for reasons including too many Cross Roads traffic violations on your driving record, be informed that you have 20 calendar days to request a DL Suspension Hearing with the Denton County Justice of the Peace Court. If you do not respond to this suspension notice before the date specified, you driver's license will be suspended and it will be illegal for you to drive. During these 20 days, also consider getting in touch with Jack Byno & Associates. We can attempt to challenge your Cross Roads DL suspension in court, or perhaps seek you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), if your license has already been suspended. There may be many possible reasons behind your DL suspension, so if you do not know why DPS mailed you a Notice of Suspension, consider reviewing a copy of your driving record.
Let's say that your driver's license has already been suspended as a result of traffic tickets previously issued to you by law enforcement in Cross Roads, Texas. Even though you are not permitted to drive without a valid driver's license, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may still be able to help you stay behind the wheel legally during the time that your DL is suspended. We may be able to obtain you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL), which is a temporary DL sometimes known as an Essential Need License. An ODL would allow you legal transportation to work and other locations you cannot do without in day-to-day life.
If you would like for our attorneys to apply for an ODL on your behalf, our law office would first require certain information from you. Information we may request can include your DL number, a copy of your Texas Driving Record, and proof that you have valid car insurance. In the case that we are successful in obtaining you an ODL, you must take care to abide by any and all driving restrictions attached to it. These restrictions may include when and where you are allowed to drive. If you fail to consider your ODL as a privilege and are caught breaking the rules that come with it, you may be charged with Driving While License Invalid (DWLI). You want to avoid a DWLI charge at all times while holding an ODL, as consequences associated with it include arrest, court fines and an extended Cross Roads DL suspension.
Do not panic if Texas DPS mails you a Notice of Suspension because of overdue Cross Roads traffic violations, DWI convictions or even physician recommendation. Jack Byno & Associates may be able to get your Cross Roads DL suspension overturned at your suspension hearing, or obtain for you an Occupational Driver's License if your regular DL is no longer valid. For answers to the questions and concerns you have about the possible suspension of your driver's license, call the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno and speak with one of our legal representatives. We can help you to better understand your Notice of Suspension, temporary DLs, and DL suspension in general. Complete our DL Suspension Contact Form or give us a call today 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