DALLAS TEXAS TRAFFIC TICKETS ATTORNEYS/ LAWYERS
A Dallas traffic ticket attorney and DWI attorney can keep tickets off your driving record or reduce the amount of money owed to the Court. By keeping tickets off your driving record, your auto insurance premiums will not increase and the Texas DPS will not charge your more money to renew your drivers license. If you have lost your ticket, a Dallas traffic ticket attorney may still be able to help if you need to dispute what police department issued the ticket or what court your ticket is in.
If you missed your court date and a warrant was issued for your arrest, a traffic ticket attorney may be able to file a bond to lift the warrant if you missed your appearance date or the ticket is months or years old. The State of Texas can suspend your drivers license for too many tickets or because of your failure to address any outstanding tickets. If you are unsure if you have a warrant, please call (800) 686-0570. You will need your date of birth and drivers license number.
Citations from traffic violations can include:
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Driving Under Influence (DUI),
- Public Intoxication (PI),
- Minor In Possession (MIP),
- school zone speeding,
- work zone speeding,
- no insurance,
- no drivers license,
- expired registration/inspection,
- no seat belt,
- no child in car seat,
- running a red light,
- running a stop sign,
- broken headlights,
- failure to yield to emergency vehicle
- illegal lane change
- illegal turn or u-turn,
- driving with suspended drivers license.
A Dallas traffic ticket attorney or Dallas DWI attorney may be able to prevent a guilty conviction, which could increase auto insurance premiums and could add “points” to your record. Points can require you to pay surcharges and fees, which must be paid before you renew your drivers license. If you are unsure about surcharges, call Dallas DPS at (214) 861-2125 or Austin DPS at (512) 424-2000.
In an effort to keep the ticket off your driving record, the most likely outcome will be deferred adjudication. Deferred adjudication is a type of probation that may be given in traffic court. Typically, you are required to pay some money on the ticket and agree not to get another ticket for a certain period of time, which cannot be more than 180 days from your court date. You may also have to take defensive driving if you are under 25 years of age. Sometimes, Courts will agree to dismiss charges.
Our fees are $75 per violation and $100 per violation if ticket is in warrant status or you missed your appearance date. Citations for DWI, DUI, PI, or MIP require payment of different fees. A traffic ticket can have more than one violation, such as a ticket for speeding and no insurance. Once you retain the Dallas ticket traffic attorney at the Kipness Law Firm, we will notify you if you will need to attend Court. If your ticket is from the City of Dallas Police Department, you will need to attend Court. If your ticket is issued in another city, we may be able to attend Court on your behalf.
The Dallas traffic ticket attorneys at The Kipness Law Firm, PC represent individuals issued traffic tickets in: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall, Tarrant counties including: Dallas, Fort Worth (Ft. Worth); DFW, Metroplex; Addison, Balch Springs, Garland, Richardson, Carrollton, Denton, Farmers Branch, Irving, DeSoto, Lancaster, Mesquite, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Hutchins, Wilmer, Seagoville, Duncanville, Rowlett, Rockwall, Royce City, Sachse, The Colony, Grand Prairie, Plano, Allen, Wylie, Murphy, Lewisville, Denton, Coppell, Highland Park, University Park, McKinney, Frisco, Grapevine, Arlington, Bedford, Colleyville, Euless, HEB, Flower Mound, North Richland Hills, NRH, Haltom City, White Settlement, Ovilla, Hurst, Keller, Westlake, Trophy Club, Southlake, and Oak Cliff.