This was super easy, super fast, and very convinent. he did an amazing job and was very helpful. if i ever need any help again, this is the man to call.
David Traylor Was Awesome!!! Highly Recommend For Tickets Or A Warrant (bail) !! Fast Service Also Was Helped At 4 am . Affordable.
He took care of everything in a very timely matter!!
Great service Mr. Traylor is honest he tells it to you how it is. Would not doubt in hiring him again. Thank you Mr. Traylor
I hired these guys to take care if two different tickets. They were straightforward, to the point, and affordable. I would recommend these guys to anyone looking for representation.
Great service, always ready to help and answer any questions you may have..
A lawyer friend saw my "DISMISS" license plate and wanted it. "I never thought of that." Sorry! Besides, most felonies we've handled lately have either been dismissed or No-Billed. But don't think courts are soft on crime. You can't just walk in, ask nicely and get dismissals. It takes empathy, creativity, knowledge, research and the right sets of facts. Paradoxically, it also takes confident capable prosecutors. We've just had a string of good clients with great cases! Keep 'em coming!
Lunched with the informal Dallas DWI lawyers group this afternoon. Fewer lawyers than usual because of the annual CLE seminar in San Antonio but the food was good and we had plenty to talk about.
Heading to county court at Frank Crowley to deal with a couple of misdemeanors today. As always, we're looking for routes to dismissals. Missing the big CLE in San Antonio this year (too much going on to break away) but will be back there next year.
Stopped in to court in University Park followed by a drink and some tacos in Snider Plaza. Court starts late there at 5:30.
Went to Wilmer today to handle a speeding ticket for a client who was going way too fast for most courts to grant a deferred. But we still got him a deferred.
It's almost 3 am and I'm osting a writ bond for a person in Farmer's Branch Jail on a DWI. With a little luck and efficiency on the part of the respective jails the client will be walking out of jail before sunrise.
On a docket of 35 tickets at the county we were able to get over 20 dismissed including nine for one particular client.
Posted bonds on a client's Cockrell Hill, Dallas Police Department and Mesquite tickets but client will now have to wait for Denton PD as they added holds on her as well.
Checked in for the first setting on a simple Driving While License Invalid Subsequent for my client in Rockwall County. Turns out it's not so simple with seventeen active suspensions but we'll still work towards getting the best outcome. These things are all about steadily working through the problems until they are all resolved and a good driver's license is possible. It's a little like untying a complicated knot.
Handled our Dallas County ticket docket today. It was a particularly good day clearing out old cases on warrants we'd lifted. Out of 35 cases we got outright dismissals on 23 and deferred adjudications on the rest.
Getting a Family Violence Assault case reduced for one of our clients to a Class C deferred adjudication for disorderly conduct. With the judge unavailable I asked the bailiff (since he's there every day) how the judge typically handled upfront payment of court costs and fines on a Class C reduction and he said he didn't know because that judge doesn't do many Class C's. And one of the other prosecutors as well as one of the clerks seemed surprised by the one day deferred adjudication. But it's a special circumstance that allowed us to get such a good result. Prosecutor agreed to the 1 day deferred and a $100 fine. In 24 hours our client's case will be dismissed.
Preparing for court tomorrow. In addition to any Municipal stuff, we have a Class A assault family violence case to negotiate further, a simple possession of marijuana case that needs a reset, several felony and misdeneanor probation violation cases to work out and a couple of expunctions to follow up on as well.
Getting signatures to post attorney bonds on some Dallas ticket warrants for a person being held in jail.
Posting Attorney bonds to get a client out of the Seagoville jail on their City of Dallas Municipal Court warrants.
Collaborated with a half dozen lawyers in two days of "Psychodrama" to assist a colleague in preparations for a possible trial and a plea negotiation on a couple of clients' cases. It was a deep dive into the heart of the matter in each case and provided a great deal of insight into motivations. Great preparation for persuasion, which after all is the most important role of a lawyer.