Principle Office Located At:
2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B
Colleyville, TX 76034
Perhaps the Texas Department of Public Safety recently suspended your driver's license. While the reasons behind your DL suspension can include driving without auto insurance, habitual Quinlan traffic violations, drunk driving (DWI) convictions, and even physician suggestion, there may be a chance that your DL suspension could be overturned. If you are mailed a Notice of Suspension by DPS but are granted a DL suspension hearing with the Hunt County Justice Court, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be retained to defend you. For clients whose driver's licenses have already been suspended and who are now having a hard time making do without legal transportation, our law firm may be able to seek them a temporary driver's license (ODL). For more information on Quinlan DL suspension, please complete our DL Suspension Contact Form.
If the Department of Public Safety (DPS) has designated your driver's license for suspension, you will be informed of this beforehand via a mailed Notice of Suspension. No matter the reason for the suspension of your driver's license, which can range from minor traffic offenses such as too many Quinlan speeding tickets, to major convictions such as Driving While Intoxicated, you will be allotted 20 calendar days to respond and request a DL suspension hearing with DPS. If Jack Byno & Associates is retained to represent you at your DL suspension hearing, which you may not be required to attend with us at the Hunt County JP Court, we may be able to dispute your Quinlan DL suspension in an attempt to get it overturned.
If you do not respond to a Notice of Suspension mailed to you by DPS, or if you are not able to successfully challenge your Quinlan DL suspension at a hearing that has been scheduled for you, you may now be worried about how you will be able to get by on a day-to-day basis without the ability to drive. If this is the situation you have found yourself in, keep in mind that Jack Byno & Associates may be able to seek you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). An ODL is a temporary DL sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License, and would permit your legal access to the roads for the duration of your DL suspension, if granted to you.
We may ask you for particular information beforehand if you would like for us to apply for an Occupational Driver's License on your behalf. Information we may ask of you can include a copy of your Texas Driving Record, your DL number and proof that you have auto insurance. If our law office is successful and is able to acquire you an Essential Need License, your Quinlan DL suspension may be easier to bear, as you will once again be able to drive yourself to work, school, the grocery store and other places you cannot do without. You may be required to follow certain ODL driving restrictions, however, if you are allowed an Occupational Driver's License. These restrictions may include but are not limited to when and where you are permitted to drive. Failure to closely follow these stipulations at all times can lead to Driving While License Invalid (DWLI), a charge associated with extended DL suspension, incarceration and expensive court fines.
If a Notice of Suspension has been issued to you by the Texas Department of Public Safety, or if you are afraid that your DL will soon be suspended because of traffic offenses previously committed in the City of Quinlan, Texas, do not waste time worrying. Instead, get in touch with the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to challenge your looming DL suspension in the Hunt County JP Court, or seek a temporary, Occupational Driver's License (ODL) on your behalf if your regular DL has already been suspended. If you would like more information on DPS-issued DL suspension notices, how to request a suspension hearing, ODLs, or Quinlan DL suspension in general, please fill out our DL Suspension Contact Form or give us 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