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Traffic Ticket
Practice Details

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Traffic Tickets Details

The attorneys at the Law Office of Todd E. Tkach, P.C. represent people who have received traffic citations in all jurisdictions throughout all of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, all neighboring counties and almost all of Texas.

Our goal is to have your ticket dismissed! Our team of attorneys and staff have the experience and skills to aggressively represent you to make sure that your rights are protected. 

As licensed lawyers, we know that the Texas Transportation Code and the Texas Rules of Criminal Procedure contain hundreds of laws dealing specifically and solely with traffic citations.

Additionally, each city, town and municipality has its’ own unique procedures and fines regarding traffic violations. Regardless of the city or town that gave you a citation, the attorneys at Todd E. Tkach, P.C. know the procedures, the law and the judges so that we can effectively evaluate your particular case to fight for a dismissal of the charges.

Don’t go-it-alone!

If you have been given a traffic ticket, you must take action quickly. You have only days to either pay your ticket or request a court date.  If you fail to do either, a warrant for your arrest will be issued. In that event, you cannot resolve that traffic violation with the court unless and until you either pay the fine or post a cash bond.  Neither of these options is advisable.  If you simply pay your ticket, you are pleading guilty and the charge will go on your driving record as a conviction.  Posting a cash bond could cost you several hundred dollars.  And, the Court holds your cash bond until you resolve your traffic violation, which could take several months.

Let me suggest an alternative. Keep your cash and protect your driving record!  For a nominal fee, hire Todd E. Tkach to prevent a warrant for your arrest.  We’ll immediately send a notice of representation to the court, enter a plea of not guilty on your behalf and set your traffic ticket or traffic violation case for a court hearing.  That prevents your case from going into a warrant status.  If a warrant has already been issued, we’ll post a bond, lift (remove) the warrant and set your case for a hearing.

We’ll then promptly notify you of your court date and clearly discuss with you the entire procedure we’ll take to pursue a dismissal of your traffic violation case or a negotiated plea agreement in your favor. Of course, a lawyer with our office will be with you on the date of your court hearing to fight for a dismissal of the charges against you. If your speeding or traffic ticket is not dismissed, we’ll aggressively negotiate for a favorable plea agreement with the prosecutor or take your case to trial.  You don’t even have to go to court, unless you want to. Whether you choose to attend court or not, we’ll send you a letter notifying you of the results of the hearing.

Proudly serving Texas for over 23 years

From our Dallas office, we handle cases in all its 3,606 courts.

Successfully defending clients in North Texas and all across Texas

In addition to North Texas, click here to see all of the courts in Texas that we serve.

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Protect your driving record and save money

Not only is there a possibility of an outright dismissal, we can also reduce fines and protect your record from state surcharges and insurance rate increases.

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Good Communication with Clients

Client satisfaction begins with excellent communication. Questions are promptly answered and periodic status updates are provided.

Total Representation

We handle your case from beginning to end; from lifting a warrant to closing your case with the court. Your worries stop here.

Warrants Lifted

If your ticket is in warrant status, we will immediately post an attorney bond with the court to lift any warrant for your arrest.

Clean Driving Records

We’ve handled tens of thousands of tickets, most of which resulted in no effect on our clients’ driving records.

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Don't "just pay" your ticket or fight it alone!

Going either can cost you money and result in a conviction on your record. Get the help of an experience traffic ticket attorney.