Bexar County License Hearings Attorneys
If you are arrested for DWI in Texas, one of the first things that will happen is that you will lose your license pending resolution of your criminal case. However, you can often get your license back if you act quickly (within 15 days of your arrest) and have sound advice to guide you through the process. Recovering your license requires an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing; this process can be a minefield for people unfamiliar with the administrative rules and procedures that apply.
Handling the Details for You
Our San Antonio attorneys, Kyle Simpson and Charles Gold, will assist you during the ALR hearing process. However, in most cases you do not have to appear yourself. We will represent you at this hearing if you live out of state or cannot be present for some other reason. Whether or not you can be present, you can rely on our legal team to take care of everything at the ALR hearing. We complete all the forms, request discovery, subpoena witnesses, and appear at the scheduled time. Clients report how much they appreciate our support during the entire process.
Building Your Defense
One of the reasons we welcome ALR hearings is that we are able to start building your criminal defense against the DWI charge. We can depose the arresting officer and others who can speak to the circumstances of your arrest and charge. The taped recording of the deposition can be used at your DWI trial.
Helping You Get Your License Back
If this is your first DWI arrest, you can usually get at least an occupational license pending resolution of the criminal case. In many instances, our clients receive unrestricted driving privileges pending a DWI trial. Even clients with more than one DWI arrest may be able to obtain a restricted drivers license. Rest assured that we will explore the details of your situation so that we can create a compelling argument for you to recover your license.
Contact Our San Antonio Drunk Driving Defense Lawyers
For strong advocacy during ALR hearings, contact our San Antonio law firm. We offer a free initial consultation, accept credit cards and will work with you to develop a payment plan that meets your needs. Call 888-392-1813 toll free.