David L. Traylor, Attorney, now handles Traffic Tickets and Warrants in Dallas County Courts.

David L. Traylor, Attorney, practicing in the Dallas area for over eighteen years, now handles representation for Dallas County traffic citations and warrants.
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March 24, 2010 - PRLog -- David L. Traylor has recently begun handling the growing number of citations issued by the Dallas Sheriff's Office, the Dallas County Constables, DART Transit Police and the Texas Department of Public Safety. Putting his fifteen years of experience to work in the County Courts at Law, Justice of the Peace Courts, and the County Criminal Court of Appeals will allow his current and future clients to enjoy the same level of service and professionalism that his firm has been providing in the various municipal courts. David L. Traylor will continue to provide representation in numerous municipalities including Dallas, Mesquite, Balch Springs, Garland, Farmer's Branch, Carrollton, Irving, Plano and Grand Prairie. The firm will also continue to represent defendants in County Criminal Courts and Criminal District Courts. Persons interested in representation, jail release, or the lifting of warrants may call for a no-charge consultation.

About David L. Traylor, Attorney: A graduate of SMU Law School, David L. Traylor has maintained a solo practice in the Dallas area for over fifteen years. During that time the focus of his practice has narrowed to help exclusively with traffic tickets, jail release and criminal defense. He has successfully defended thousands of clients in courts throughout the metroplex and is always happy to consult with those who may need assistance. Mr. Traylor strives to save clients the stress, expense, delay and uncertainty of trial by winning dismissals prior to trial. This approach requires diplomacy, finesse and the ability to communicate a client's legal position clearly and effectively. When done correctly, all parties involve appreciate the effort as it not only saves the client time, money and stress, but it preserves judicial resources and taxpayer money as well. But if a client's case DOES need to go to trial, fifteen years of experience and credibility are at the ready.
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