If you have been charged with a DWI, you have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an ALR hearing. Failure to do so will result in automatic suspension of your driver’s license. If you have been arrested for a DWI, don’t wait until the last minute to protect your right to drive. Call our office at 512.472.1580 and schedule a free consultation so we can get the process started immediately.
Why do I need an attorney to represent me at my ALR hearing?
An administrative license revocation (ALR) is when the Texas Department of Public Safety brings suit against someone who has been charged with a driving-related offense, and after a police officer testifies to the circumstances surrounding the arrest, the judge is likely to suspend or revoke that person’s driver’s license, unless they have a knowledgeable and competent attorney representing their interests and protecting their right to drive. If you are charged with a DWI, did you know you only have 15 days to act if you want to protect your right to drive? Failure to do so results in the automatic suspension of your driver’s license.
Our attorneys can file a request for an ALR hearing immediately upon meeting with you, and handle this process for you as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you have been arrested for a DWI, don’t wait until the last minute to protect your right to drive. Call our office at 512.472.1580 so we can get the process started immediately. We will keep on top of your case and file the necessary subpoenas and discovery to help fight an impending suspension or revocation. We can also represent you in the ALR hearing, which gives you a better chance of maintaining your right to drive than if you represent yourself, in most cases. However, if you missed the deadline for an ALR hearing, or if Texas Department of Public Safety has already suspended or revoked your license, we can still help you drive legally by obtaining an Occupational Driver’s License. To learn more, call our office at 512.472.1580 to find out how we can help you obtain an ODL.
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