Category: Traffic Ticket Attorney

An SR-22 is a type of insurance certificate that the state will require for “high risk” drivers.

What happens after you get an occupational license?

Traffic tickets are criminal matters in Texas. When you get a ticket, there are five things to know that can help you get a better resolution to your case.

Before you do handle your own ticket, understand what you are dealing with.

If you receive a traffic citation, you may be able to clear that citation from your record by taking defensive driving. However, not every driver is eligible to take a defensive driving course.

Dash cameras preserve evidence of a car wreck in video format. Having video evidence helps prevent liars from getting away with lying.

If you have unpaid tickets or fail to appear in court to handle your traffic tickets, you may have a warrant out for your arrest.

Not everyone whose license was suspended is eligible for an occupational driver’s license.

An occupational license is a special type of restricted license issued to individuals whose driver’s license has been suspended, revoked or denied. An occupational license authorizes the operation of a non-commercial motor vehicle in connection with an individual’s work, school related activities, or performance of household duties. 

If a police officer gives you a traffic citation, you have an obligation to make an appearance in court within the time limit listed on the citation. If you do not go to court, you could be charged with Failure to Appear.