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In Texas, a failed or refused breath or blood test after a DWI arrest will initiate the DWI process automatic suspension of your driver’s license by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). At this point, you have 15 days from the date of your arrest to contact the DMV to request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing to challenge license suspension. If you do not request a hearing, your driving privileges will be suspended.
McCarty-Larson, PLLC represents clients across Tarrant County, Ellis County, and Dallas County in the face of DWI charges. In addition to offering skilled counsel in criminal court, we prepare our clients and represent them at their DMV hearings. This dual approach to a DWI case enables us to protect our clients’ freedom and their driving privileges.
Find out how Ellis County DWI attorney Robin McCarty can help you. Call (972) 895-7636 for a free case review.
When you work with our firm after a DWI arrest, we will do whatever we can to make sure you meet the necessary deadlines to contest your driver’s license suspension. This includes the 15-day window you have to request a hearing.
During your hearing, your attorney presents your defense. Potential defenses Ellis County DMV hearing attorney Robin McCarty may use, might include challenging the administration of the breathalyzer test, contesting that the arresting officer did not have probable cause to pull you over in the first place, or addressing whether or not the evidence shows that you were actually intoxicated. An administrative judge will hear the evidence and make a decision regarding your license suspension. The better your case is prepared and presented, the better your chances of avoiding suspension.
You are likely physically and emotionally exhausted from dealing with the trauma that arises from a DWI charge. Let McCarty-Larson, PLLC handle the particulars of your defense so you are ready when it comes time for your hearing.
Call our firm at (972) 895-7636 to get started.