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2319 Hall Johnson Road, Suite B Colleyville, Tx 76034
Were you previously charged with a traffic offense in Fort Worth, Texas? Whether that charge be for driving over the speed limit, or for more serious offenses, such as drunk driving (DWI), your driver's license may be suspended as a result. If you are worried about making it through your DL suspension, consider contacting the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno. We may be able to apply for, on your behalf, a temporary driver's license known as an Occupational DL (ODL). An ODL, also known as an Essential Need License, would allow you legal, albeit restricted, access to the roads. Because our law firm has been seeking ODLs for clients facing Fort Worth DL suspension since 1994, we may be able to do the same for you at your Fort Worth DL Suspension Hearing. For more information, please fill out our DL Suspension Contact Form.
You will be informed that your driver's license has been set for suspension when the Texas Department of Public Safety sends you a Notice of Suspension. This notice will allow you 20 calendar days to request a DL Suspension Hearing with the Tarrant County Justice Court. Common reasons for Fort Worth DL Suspension include neglected State Surcharges, driving without auto insurance, doctor suggestion and habitual traffic violations.
Has your driver's license already been suspended in Fort Worth because of one of the aforementioned reasons? If so, you are understandably concerned about how you will get to the places you need to be, and may now be wondering if an Occupational DL is attainable in your case. Jack Byno & Associates may be able to seek you an ODL so that you may continue to drive legally, to essential places such as school and work, for the duration of your DL suspension. Are you confused about the exact reason your driver's license has been suspended in the first place? Your Texas Driving Record may hold the answers you are looking for.
You will be allotted 20 calendar days to respond to a DPS-issued Notice of Suspension before your driver's license is suspended over traffic offenses committed in Fort Worth. Responding to your DL suspension notice may include requesting a DL suspension hearing with the Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Court. If you choose to retain the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno, we may be able to successfully defend against your Fort Worth DL suspension, but if your case has already been lost and your DL suspended, you are not necessarily out of our reach of the legal services we are known for. Our legal team may be able to obtain you an Occupational Driver's License (ODL) so that you may still be permitted to drive legally to the places you cannot do without. Before we are able to apply for an ODL on your behalf, we would need certain information from you beforehand, such as your DL number and proof that you hold car insurance. If you are granted an ODL, be careful to follow all driving restrictions that come with it, as you may only be allowed to operate your vehicle at certain times of the day. Failing to follow ODL driving restrictions can result in a Driving While License Invalid (DWLI) charge, and penalties may include extended DL suspension, court fines and even arrest.
Would you like more information on Fort Worth Occupational DLs? A legal representative at the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno is standing by to answer your questions and to enlighten you on matters of DL suspension hearings, DPS Notices of Suspension and related topics. Please complete our DL Suspension Contact Form or give our office a call at 817-685-0912.
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2319 HALL JOHNSON ROAD, SUITE B
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034