Nov 21 , 2023

If you or a loved one is arrested for suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), you must act quickly or your driver’s license could be suspended by the State. If you are arrested for DWI in Texas and either refuse a breath/blood test or provide a breath/blood sample above the legal limit of .08, YOU HAVE LESS THAN 15 DAYS from the date of your arrest to prevent your driver’s license from being automatically suspended. The professional DWI attorneys at Hawkins & Walker P.C. can assist you by filing a request for an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing in time to prevent an automatic license suspension.

To protect the rights of our clients, at Hawkins & Walker we request an ALR hearing in every case brought to us within 15 days of arrest. Even if we do not prevail at the ALR hearing, simply requesting and holding the hearing will substantially delay the State from acting to suspend your license. In addition to preventing or delaying any license suspension, an ALR hearing provides our attorneys with the opportunity to question the arresting officer while under oath; thus gaining valuable information to defend the DWI charge in criminal court.

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