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.
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.
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.
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.
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.