Travis County Traffic Ticket Lawyer Jason Trumpler

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CONTACT THE LAW OFFICES OF JASON TRUMPLER AT (512) 359-3300

Traffic Ticket Defense Attorneys and Class C Misdemeanor in Travis County in Travis County and the City of Austin

Travis County Traffic Ticket Defense

If you have a traffic violation anywhere in Travis or the surrounding counties or a failure to appear in any of the courts, before you just pay the ticket, give our office a call. Often times there points, insurance increases, and possible surcharges if you simply pay a ticket without considering all of your options. Moreover, hiring an attorney can save you valuable time.

The Law Offices of Jason Trumpler, a law firm committed to the client, will handle traffic tickets and class c misdemeanor representation in the following courts:

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 5

Austin Municipal Court

Austin Community Court

Round Rock Municipal Court

Pflugerville Municipal Court

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4

Travis County Justice of the Peace Precinct 5

Austin Municipal Court

Austin Community Court

Dripping Springs Municipal Court

Cedar Park Municipal Court

West Lake Hills Municipal Court

Bee Cave Municipal Court

Kyle Municipal Court

Buda Municipal Court

Wimberley Municipal Court

Hays County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2

Hays County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

Hays County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4

Hays County Justice of the Peace Precinct 5

San Marcos Municipal Court (For serious Class C Misdemeanors only)

Hays County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 (For serious Class C Misdemeanors only)

New Braunfels Municipal Court (For serious Class C Misdemeanors only)

No appointment is needed. We can send you a copy of an intake. Once you fill it out, you can either fax or e-mail it back, along with a copy of your citation, and pay by our fee with a credit card over the phone. If you prefer, you can schedule something in the office.

What kind of cases do you handle?

A: We handle all types of criminal defense matters from low level traffic tickets to capital murder. For purposes of this blog, I will focus on our representation of traffic tickets and class c misdemeanors. In this realm, we routinely handle speeding tickets, no insurance tickets, cell phone ordinance tickets, driving while license invalid or suspended (DWLI/S ) tickets. In the area of class c misdemeanors, we routinely handle public intoxication cases, minor in possession of alcohol cases, minor in consumption of alcohol cases, and possession of paraphernalia cases.

Q: How can I submit my ticket to your office?

A: You can come in person to the above address during the posted business hours. You may also email your ticket to us at jason.trumpler@trumplerlaw.com or fax your ticket to (512) 457-5225. Please be sure to include your phone number and e-mail when faxing or emailing your ticket to us so that we can contact you to process payment with your credit/debit card and send you an intake. We will not contact the court about your ticket or class c representation without speaking to you first.

Q: Is there a charge for you to represent me for my ticket?

A: Yes, typically for a traffic violation we charge $250. Our fees for more serious class c misdemeanors can vary depending on the court and the offense.

Q: Will I have points on my driving record?

A: We make every effort to ensure that you do not have points on your license. Generally, we do this by negotiating some sort of deferred disposition. In some cases this may not be possible, but we will work to reduce the total number of points or take your case to trial if necessary.

Q: Will there be surcharges on my license?

A: We make every effort to eliminate surcharges. Again, we generally do this via a deferred disposition. In some cases this may not be possible. When it is not, we do what we can to reduce surcharges via any means necessary or take the case to trial where appropriate.

Q: Do I have to go to court?

A: Generally speaking you do not. If you are minor, and it is an alcohol related case, you may. In addition, if your case is set for trial you must.

Q: After the court date, do you contact me or do I contact you?

A: Your original court date on the ticket will likely be reset once you contact us. Generally speaking most courts have an attorney appearance docket that is separate from the general appearance docket. We will keep you notified of all dates, though you most likely will not have to appear. We will notify you via e-mail of any new court dates and any offers received on the case.

Q: What if I have a warrant?

A: We can generally get a warrant recalled in most courts. Very few courts require the use of a bail bondsman to get a warrant recalled for a traffic violation or class c misdemeanor. In some cases, we may charge an additional fee to recall a warrant due to the fact we are required to post a substantial bond.

Q: What if I get another traffic ticket?

A: Please come back. While we will be there for you every time, we don’t recommend getting a lot of traffic tickets.

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