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Berlof & Newton Offices

BERLOF & NEWTON, P.C.
4144 N. Central Expwy., Ste. 110
Dallas, Texas 75204
214-827-2800 - Office
214-827-0304 - Fax
 


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Plano Traffic Tickets

Experience with City of Plan CourtsHave you received a Plano traffic ticket

 We can help.  We handle all City of Plano traffic ticket cases, including speeding citations, running a red light, disregard traffic control device, FMFR (no insurance), expired inspection or registration, and all other Garland traffic ticket matters. 

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