The San Antonio Ticket Fighters

Robert Steve Wilson

I am committed to helping clients work through their traffic tickets and other driver’s license issues. We are a small law firm in San Antonio, Texas that serves the Bexar County area. I received my legal education from St. Mary’s University School of Law, and was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 2012.

Robert Steve Wilson

Blakely I. Mohr

I built this firm upon the ideals of equality, respect, honor and pride. I believe that actions speak louder than words and I should treat people the way I want to be treated. My mother once told me that God gave us two ears and a mouth for a reason…we should listen twice as much as we speak. I try to apply these concepts in my practice to provide better service to our Clients. I received my Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (a/k/a Texas A&M School of Law), my Bachelor of Arts from University of Texas-Austin and I was admitted to practice law by the Texas State Bar in 2007.

Blakely Mohr

Taylor Ann Storbeck

My name is Taylor Ann Storbeck. I have lived in San Antonio my whole life. I graduated from the University of Incarnate Word with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. I love working with clients and creating great relationships with them. I have enjoyed working in the Legal Field as a Legal Assistant and will continue to learn more every day for the firm.

Taylor Ann Storbeck

Season Chadwick

Season Chadwick

What does this mean to a CDL? A normal driver would be able to accept a plea of no contest for defensive driving or for deferred adjudication, deferring a finding of guilt, and preventing any conviction on their record. However, Section 522 of the Transportation Code effectively changes that language for CDL’s, creating a situation where you CANNOT take a driver safety course, defensive driving or a deferred adjudication plea. The Texas Legislature figuratively “handcuffs” the CDL Driver from keeping a traffic violation off his or her driving record.

What will this do to a CDL? Under Section 522, Subchapter H, of the Transportation Code, provides that a traffic violation CONVICTION can DISQUALIFY a CDL Driver from driving a commercial motor vehicle for no less than sixty (60) days, one-hundred and twenty (120) days, one (1) year, three (3) years, or even for his or her ENTIRE LIFE.

See HERE and HERE.

Unlike most people, you cannot afford to have a conviction. YOUR CDL = YOUR JOB = YOUR MONEY = YOUR FAMILY & LIFE. Our Attorneys know what you are up against…AND WE CAN HELP.

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