I called David on a tip from somebody I met in jail. i was looking at 5 to 99 and told him all the reasons I thought he could beat my case. None of those worked but we watched the arrest video and he showed me the little spots where he rhought the cop messed up. We finally went to court and it was true. He didnt do rhe search right and all the evidence was quashed. It was pretty cool and kinda saved my life.
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..
Kept a client from getting a warrant today in Rockwall. She'll have to show up next time though. The judge is running out of patience.
Got a disorderly conduct dismissed for a client at the City of Dallas today, an assault family violence for another client, and two traffic violations for a third client. It was dismissal day. Would have had a bunch more if one of my clients hadn't shown up late. But we got him reset so he can have another shot. He almost cost himself a ton of money. If you're coming to trial at the city, be on time. It makes all the difference.
Kept a CDL driver out of trouble by getting two moving violations dismissed. That's not an easy thing as courts can't give deferred on moving violations for CDL drivers. That means we either have to win at trial, find a legal reason for dismissal or the client takes convictions.
Dropped off subpoena requests for witnesses in a trial on an assault case at the City of Arlington Municipal Court.
Handled some cases for a client in Palmer Texas. Palmer Municipal Court had her for speeding and then a violation of written promise to appear (VPTA) and a failure to appear. Those last two were dismissed and the speeding ticket was put on deferred. Good result but it's still not cheap. Don't let your cases go into warrant status folks! It will save you a lot of money. Hire a lawyer right away and get it handled right
Had a client reach the end of the court's and prosecutor's patience regarding his no-shows on court settings. We managed to make it a long way with good explanations and reasons. And a good lawyer can smooth over a lot of problems. But there's always a limit. Short of being an astronaut in orbit or a deployed soldier, judges generally want their defendants in court. That's what bonds are supposed to encourage. But when that encouragement is not enough, the judge will hold the bonds insufficient. Game's not over yet though.
Client had over $6600 in tickets go into warrant over the past three years. We lifted them and got them into court but all the officers are still employed by Irving PD. Their complaints are good and we have no compliance or other defenses. Best way out is to minimize cost and avoid convictions without burying client in debt. We got more than half dismissed with deferred on the rest and the cost down to $2900 with 90 days to pay. Great result.
At the city of Dallas again for a client who has a shoebox full of tickets. We are trying to get them all dismissed but won't know how it turns out for another few weeks. Enforcement has been down in Dallas for quite a while so we see fewer clients with so many tickets. But we can do a lot of good for them when they decide it's finally time to invest in getting their license and their driving sorted out.
Today I represented a couple of good friends on some stupid little city ordinance violations. They were trying to do good but ended up each being charged with a crime. Don't know how that could happen? Well what if you tried to leave your half eaten Whopper and fries lying around where lots of homeless people pass and a cop sees you and cites you for littering? That's the kind of thing we're talking about but on a slightly larger scale. Anyway, bottom line is we got both cases dimsissed.
Had a stop sign ticket for a commercial driver's license (CDL) holder set for trial today in the city of Dallas Municipal Court. I was kind of excited about this one because even though it's just a little traffic ticket it's big for my client and I had about 3 different ways to beat it. I was looking forward to surprising the prosecutor. But alas, she dismissed it saying the officer had no recall of the stop. So we get to go home earlier, but we didn't have nearly as much fun.
Client had a very difficult time completing conditions to lead up to her receiving time served on a DWI. In the end, she couldn't prove that she had done anything but could describe what she had done. Bottom line is she had been through the wringer no matter how you slice it so we were able to get the prosecutor to agree to time served without proof of the conditions being completed. Good prosecutors recognize when enough is enough so we got the job done finally. Time served.
Client cases are not yet convictions after missing payment terms. We're keeping him from getting more warrants on his cases by resetting for a show cause hearing.
Posted bonds for jail release on a client in the Lew Sterrett Jail for Assault and Evading Arrest. He's not pulling up on their jail lookup system anymore so he's either out already or on his way out. Next step, meeting with him about case strategies.
Had 90 percent of our ticket docket dismissed today for a wide variety of technical flaws in the paperwork (and a couple of old cases). It pays to go over the files for mistakes. We even found some dismissals from Highland Park. A good day in court and a nice way to start the weekend for our clients!
Left Garland after posting bonds on traffic tickets for City of Garland Municipal Court. They're sending a release to Dallas County so Lew Sterrett will let him out. Then we'll take them to court to try to get them dismissed. We're almost always able to get dismissals. As they say in Texas, "It ain't braggin' if you can actually do it!"