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Plano Traffic Ticket Attorneys

Our Plano traffic ticket attorneys represent clients in both the City of Plano Municipal Court and the Justice of the Peace Court in Plano – Pct. 3.  Were you stopped by a municipal police officer or a County constable/sheriff?  This determines the court in which your ticket is filed.

If you received a traffic ticket in Plano, you might assume it is best to pay the ticket immediately and move on with your life. However, it is often a mistake to simply pay the fine because this may result in a conviction on your driving record. We can help guide you through the legal process to avoid a conviction and keep your insurance rates from going up.

The Plano traffic ticket attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP have the experience to fight your ticket for the best results. We have represented hundreds of clients in Plano for more than 20 years.

Solving Driver’s License Problems

Is your driver’s license currently suspended? Is your driver’s license expired and you are unable to renew your license?

You may be eligible for an Occupational Driver’s License so you can get back on the road and legally operate a motor vehicle.

What If You Missed Your Court Date?

If you overlooked the appearance date or missed a scheduled court hearing, do not worry. Contact our office today, and we can help alleviate the unwanted stress. In most cases, we can quickly post an attorney bond to lift your warrant.

Texas Annual Warrant Roundup

If you ignore your Plano traffic citation, a Judge may issue a warrant for your arrest. Unfortunately, avoiding the warrant will not make it go away. Every year, many Texas law enforcement agencies work together to arrest drivers for outstanding traffic violations.

To avoid possible arrest, contact our office today. It is best to resolve outstanding traffic matters on the front end rather than finding yourself in the back of a patrol car.

Contact our Plano traffic ticket attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP. We possess the experience and knowledge of Texas traffic law to provide you with competent and effective legal representation.


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    If you have a traffic ticket, you may be tempted to simply pay it. Please note that in the State of Texas, simply paying a ticket is an admission of guilt. The Court will report the offense to DPS as a conviction on your driving record. This may result in increased automobile insurance premiums or possible license suspension depending on the circumstances. Below are some of the common questions about Texas traffic ticket violations.

    Yes. The Court must give the Department of Public Safety all conviction records which involve operating a motor vehicle in the State. So, most traffic violations will appear on your record, and points will be assessed.

    All traffic citations have an Appearance Date. All Courts have different time frames in which to timely respond to an alleged offense. If you miss the appearance date, a warrant may be issued for your arrest. In addition, you may also receive a subsequent offense – a Failure to Appear or a Violate Promise to Appear. Contact our law firm. ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP can help.

    No. It would seem that simply paying the fine is the right thing to do; however, in the State of Texas this will result in a conviction. Contact ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP for advice on how to proceed.

    In the interest of keeping track of driver behavior, the DPS Driver Responsibility Program assesses points for each moving violation – two points for any in-state and our-of-state conviction and three points for a conviction resulting in a crash. The points remain on your driving record for three years from the date of the conviction.  When a certain number of points are accumulated, the driver will face a driver license suspension.

    Not all traffic violations lead to points.  If you receive a ticket for travelling 10 mph or less over the posted speed limit or a seat belt violation, you will not incur any points.