Principle Office Located At:
2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B
Colleyville, TX 76034
Texas State Law requires all drivers to have a valid license. If you are driving with a suspended license this may lead to surcharges, extended suspension for up to 2 years and possible jail time. In the State of Texas there is no mass transportation, so you may still need to drive your car. You may be eligible for an Occupational Driver’s License. An Occupational Driver’s License will allow you to drive to essential locations such as doctor’s appointments, work and school related activities.
To apply for an Occupational Driver’s License (ODL) our office needs the following:
Our office will begin working on your Occupational Driver’s License paperwork as soon as we are retained. You must provide us with a copy of your driving record and list of counties you need to drive in/through. We will not be able to file to paperwork without a copy of your SR-22, Driver’s License number, Audit number and last four digits of your social security number. In most cases we are able to appear on your behalf at a Hearing to request your Occupational Driver’s License. However, depending on your driving record, the Judge may require to appear with the Attorney.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety essential locations you may drive with an Occupational Driver’s License (ODL) are: work, school related activities, and doctor’s appointments. If you are pulled over by a Law Enforcement Officer for driving outside of the times listed on your ODL paperwork you may receive ticket for Driving While License Invalid (DWLI). If convicted of DWLI you face the possibility of fines up to $4,000 plus court costs, extended driver license suspension, and in some cases jail time.
For more information contact our office Monday- Friday from 8:30-4:30. If you would like a representative from our office to call you complete our Contact Form.
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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