Principle Office Located at:
2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B Colleyville, Tx 76034
Your driver's license may be suspended for a number of reasons, including habitual Arlington traffic violations and driving without proof of insurance. You will be informed if your driver's license has been designated for suspension, as the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) will mail you a Notice of Suspension. If you do not request a DL suspension hearing with DPS before the date specified in your DL suspension notice, you can expect for your driver's license to be suspended. At the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we have been challenging DL suspension in the Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Court since 1994, and may be retained to dispute your DL suspension as well. For additional information on Arlington DL suspension, please fill out our DL Suspension Contact Form.
A Notice of Suspension will be mailed to you by the Department of Public Safety if your driver's license is in danger of suspension. No matter the reasons behind the suspension of your driver's license, which may range from minor Arlington speeding tickets to serious Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charges, be aware that once you have received your notice of DL suspension, you will only have 20 calendar days to respond to it. If these 20 days pass and you have not responded, your driver's license will be suspended and you will be unable to drive legally. However, if you do respond to your Notice of Suspension and are granted a DL suspension hearing with the Tarrant County JP Court, consider hiring Jack Byno & Associates for legal representation. Because we have been in practice for over 20 years, we may be able to provide you with a better chance at protecting your DL and staying behind the wheel. If you are unsure about the exact reason behind your Arlington DL suspension, you may wish to review your driving record.
If your driver's license has been set for suspension by Texas DPS, consider these possible reasons:
No Insurance convictions. Your driver's license may be suspended if you were caught driving without auto insurance.
Doctor recommendation. Medical Revocation at the suggestion of a physician may occur if you are deemed medically unfit to drive.
If you have lost your case at your Arlington DL suspension hearing, or if you did not respond to a Notice of Suspension before the date specified, your driver's license will be suspended. While your regular driver's license is suspended, you will not be able to use it to drive, but this does not necessarily mean that our law firm may not still be of assistance to you. Because you still require transportation to certain places you cannot do without, Jack Byno & Associates may be able to seek you a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational Driver's License (ODL). An ODL, sometimes referred to as an Essential Need License, would permit you to drive legally to school, work, the store, and other locations necessary to daily life. If we are successful in our attempts to obtain you an ODL, you will be required to follow the driving restrictions that come with it, such as certain times of the day during which you may drive. Failure to follow ODL driving restrictions can result in serious penalties, including extended Arlington DL suspension.
Would you like additional information on Arlington DL suspension? Our legal team is standing by right now to better explain to you DL suspension notices, suspension hearings, Occupational Driver's Licenses and Arlington DL suspension in general. Please complete our DL Suspension Contact Form or give us a call at 817-685-0912.
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2319 HALL JOHNSON ROAD, SUITE B
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034