Trust David Hunter, Experienced Suspended Driver’s License Lawyer
I am David Hunter, experienced suspended driver’s license lawyer and former Texas judge. I can represent you in both the criminal process and ALR hearing. Call me now at 281-265-1515 for a free, confidential consultation on reinstating your Texas driver’s license. I have helped numerous clients stay behind the wheel, and I will fight to help you keep your license as well.
A drunk driving arrest starts two legal processes – a criminal proceeding and an administrative process that can lead to a suspension of your driver’s license. You can challenge the license suspension by requesting an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing; however, you must request the hearing within 15 days of your arrest.
Preserve Your Driving Privileges
In some cases, you can avoid a suspended Texas driver’s license on technicalities or for administrative reasons. Since Texas takes DWI and DUI charges so seriously, though, it’s likely that your Texas driver’s license will be suspended. However, you may be eligible for an occupational driver’s license (ODL) that will permit you to go to and from work and complete other tasks, but you must act fast. As a former Texas judge and knowledgeable suspended driver’s license lawyer, I understand the criteria that the Courts and DPS use when making the decision whether to issue an occupational license.
Reinstating Your Driver’s License in Texas
A suspended Texas driver’s license can seriously affect your life and your ability to earn a living. I have extensive experience reinstating a Texas driver’s license whether suspended for traffic violations or DWI. While violations will probably stay on your driving record, reinstating your driver’s license will enable you to earn a living and resume your normal lifestyle.