If you have received Dallas traffic tickets, you may consider paying them and moving on. However, paying traffic tickets without a fight is an admission of guilt that can negatively impact your driving record and your ability to legally operate a motor vehicle in the State of Texas.
Our Dallas traffic ticket attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP have represented thousands of clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for more than 20 years. Much of our business is based on referrals from satisfied clients. We can help with your case, too.
Believe it or not, a Dallas traffic ticket can negatively impact your life if mismanaged. Multiple traffic ticket convictions can lead to a driver’s license suspension or a vehicle registration block, known as a Scofflaw. A traffic ticket warrant can lead to an arrest. To protect your privilege to legally drive throughout the State of Texas, contact our law office today.
It is not uncommon to forget about a traffic ticket. Oftentimes, life can get busy, and tickets are not at the top of your to-do list. With that being said, overlooked traffic citations can result in a warrant for your arrest. If you have an active warrant, the police can arrest you anytime – whether at home or at work. To avoid this embarrassment, hire us today.
The State of Texas categorizes traffic violations as criminal offenses. This affords the accused certain rights and protections. It is the State’s burden to prove each element of the alleged offense beyond a reasonable doubt to obtain a conviction. You have the right to have a trial by jury or a trial by Judge. Most cases do not require trial representation, but there are situations where this is the best course of action. Our experienced lawyers will review your case and determine if a trial is in your best interest.
Many Texans have suspended driver’s licenses because of multiple traffic ticket convictions or outstanding warrants. Whatever the reason, not being able to drive is a daily challenge. ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP helps our clients get back on the road as quickly as possible to drive legally.
You may be eligible for an Occupational Driver’s License, a valid license in the State of Texas. An Occupational Driver’s License (ODL) allows you to drive up to 12 hours daily for basic necessities – to and from work, school, etc.
The Dallas traffic ticket attorneys at ANDERSON & ANDERSON, LLP have more than 20 years of experience representing clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for traffic ticket violations, warrants, Driver License Suspension Hearings, Administrative License Review Hearings, traffic court trials, and more. We were named D Magazine Best Lawyers in Dallas from 2017 to 2021 consecutively. Contact one of our attorneys today for a complimentary consultation.