Challenging Your Driver's License Suspension After A DWI

One of the hardest aspects of a DWI arrest or breath test refusal is losing your driving privileges. Although you may be issued a temporary license, if you don't do anything, your license could be suspended for up to two years. After that, you could still face steep reinstatement and annual surcharge fees.

You only have a limited time frame to challenge the suspension of your driver's license. It's important to act quickly in these situations.

At The Love DuCote Law Firm in Sugar Land, we can help you:

  • Identify any grounds for challenging the license suspension
  • Request an administrative hearing (and represent you at that hearing)
  • Determine when you can qualify for reinstatement of your driver's license
  • Get you an occupational license so you can continue to live your life

Our lawyers have extensive experience handling all aspects of administrative license revocations (ALRs) in Fort Bend County, Harris County and other parts of Texas.

How We Can Help You Get Back On The Road

Getting around without a license is a huge inconvenience. Depending on your circumstances, however, you might qualify for an occupational driver's license (also called an essential need license). This restricted license allows you back on the road for work, child care, education, medical care, and certain other needs.

Our lawyers can analyze whether you're eligible for a restricted license and help you pursue one.

Don't drive without a license! If your license was suspended for a DUI/DWI, you may be tempted to sneak behind the wheel from time to time. But if you get caught, you could face harsh penalties and significant setbacks to getting your license back. It's far better to speak with an attorney about your options for restoring your driving privileges.

Learn more by calling 832-535-2084.