Can You Get Your Driver’s License Back After a Suspension?
Kingwood and Humble—Harris County and Montgomery County
The state of Texas can suspend your driver’s license for many reasons.
Some of the most common include a DWI arrest, failing or refusing to submit to a breath test during a traffic stop, failure to pay child support, and a conviction for drug possession.
If your license has been suspended for any reason, you may be able to apply for an occupational driver’s license, which will allow you to get back and forth to work
To preserve your right to challenge your driver’s license suspension after a DWI arrest, you must request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing within 15 calendar days of receiving the Notice of Suspension. This is usually the date of your arrest.
Andrew J. Williams, Attorney at Law is frequently called on to give legal advice and representation to individuals facing suspension of their driver’s license. Attorney Andrew Williams is a Board Certified criminal defense lawyer practicing in Kingwood and Humble, Texas. With more than 15 years’ experience to his name, he is well-equipped to give efficient and practical help in driver’s license suspension cases.
His law firm focuses exclusively on criminal defense, and Mr. Williams handles every case personally.
Why Challenge Your Driver’s License Suspension?
There are several reasons to request an ALR hearing after receiving the Notice of Suspension of your driving privileges following a DWI arrest. First and foremost, if you are successful at the hearing, your license will not be suspended. Secondly, if your license is suspended you may apply for an occupational license so that you can drive to work, to school or for child care or health care reasons. Finally, requesting an ALR hearing in connection with a criminal case gives your defense lawyer an early and unique opportunity to review some of the evidence against you. This gives your attorney an early start in building your defense.
Mr. Williams is happy to answer any questions you may have about the suspension of your driver’s license and explain how he can help you win the ALR hearing. To schedule a private and free appointment, call 281-358-9111 or send an e-mail.