Brazoria County DUI Lawyer

You Have 15 Days from the Date of DWI Arrest to Save Your Texas Driver’s License.

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The State of Texas takes driving while using alcohol or drugs very seriously. If you find yourself accused of DWI or DUI, there’s a good chance the State will take away your license.

Administrative License Revocation

The moment you’re first charged with a DWI, the clock starts ticking on your right to keep your driver’s license.

You will have a hearing, known as an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing, to determine whether you will be able to keep your license.

It is extremely important to be represented by a competent, experienced professional.

15 Days To Go

If you get arrested under suspicion of impaired driving, you have the right to refuse a breathalyzer or roadside sobriety test.

However, this refusal will almost certainly lead to you being arrested and charged with DWI.

The Texas Department of Public Safety will also surely attempt to suspend your driver’s license. By hiring our Law Office, you are giving yourself a fighting chance to counteract the accusations made by the State of Texas.

Our Law Office can help by requesting a hearing within the 15 day time limit and poking holes in the State’s accusations.

As an American, you are entitled to the protection of your rights under the Constitution. That means that whenever the State wants to take away your freedom, you are innocent until proven guilty.

Any accusations made by an arresting officer are just that…accusations. They need to be proven in order to restrict your rights, and our Law Office will go the extra mile to make sure you have a vigorous defense on every charge against you.

Brazoria County DWI Law Firm

If you do get your license suspended and fail to obtain temporary driving authorization, you face the risk of making a bad situation even worse. If you get stopped by any sort of law enforcement officer and are found operating a vehicle with a license which has been suspended, you may be looking at further criminal charges for either DWLI or DWLS (Driving While License Invalid and Driving While License Suspended, respectively).

With so much at stake, it’s easy to see why having an experienced attorney on your side is a must.

Call Today

We are awaiting your call today for a free consultation regarding the merits of your case and what can be done to give you the best chance of emerging without a DWI Conviction. Call (281) 853-8537 to speak with our office today.