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After getting a traffic citation in the city of Dallas, you have twenty-one days to pay your ticket or appear in court to contest it. The amount of time you have varies by jurisdiction. If you do not appear in any way, a warrant will be issued for your arrest and your great boosts. The only way to throw away this warrant is to post a money bond for the fines owed. You also have the alternative of employing an experienced traffic warrants defense lawyer at an expense that might eventually be lower than your fine.
At the Law Workplaces of Robert S. Gregg, we have represented more than twenty-five thousand traffic-ticket and warrant cases in the city of Dallas. A large percentage of our cases are dismissed and ninety-nine percent of the time we are able to keep our customers tickets off their record, although past results cannot guarantee future performance. If the jurisdiction that issued a warrant or ticket has contacted you, call us today. We will protect your rights.
Our fee includes posting bond and trial representation to get your ticket dismissed or off your record. Our firm represents clients who have received traffic warrants for unpaid tickets for:
Driving without insurance, Speeding, Traffic ordinances, Driving without a license, Driving with a suspended license, Expired registration or no registration, Reckless driving, Failure to appear.
Any traffic violation can result in a warrant if you fail to comply with the timelines set out in law.
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You can even hire Robert Gregg as your lawyer over the phone by credit card. If you hire Mr. Gregg, you will receive a contract with the information you need and an explanation of the services we provide. Contact us today to learn how we can help you protect your rights, save your license, save your record, and keep your costs at a minimum. We represent a large number of Spanish-speaking clients, and all of our paralegals speak Spanish.
The Different Types of Traffic Tickets
Traffic citations are customarily divided into moving and non-moving violations. Those infractions involving vehicles in transit (moving violations) are generally the more serious offenses.
Moving violations—Moving violations include a wide range of acts, including speeding, reckless driving, DWI (driving while intoxicated), DUI (driving under the influence), illegal lane changes, failure to stop at a red light or traffic sign, and operating a vehicle with valid license or insurance.
Non-moving violations—These are primarily parking violations
How Traffic Tickets are Categorized
Most traffic tickets are merely considered infractions. If they are somewhat more serious, they may be designated or charged as misdemeanors, with a potential punishment of up to a year in jail, or significantly higher fines than a mere infraction. In limited circumstances, a traffic infraction (such as a repeat DUI, hit and run, or vehicular homicide charge, may be prosecuted as a felony.
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