DWI License Suspension
Penalties for a DWI conviction in the state of Texas are tough, even if
it is a first offense. In addition to fines, community service and the
possibility of jail time, your driver’s license may also be suspended.
While you may be able to qualify for an occupational driver’s license,
losing your driving privileges could have a significant impact on the
way you work and live your life.
Whether this is your first offense, or you have had previous DWI convictions,
you may now be faced with consequences that could impact your life. At
the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz, in El Paso, Texas, we are here to protect
your rights and ensure that you are treated fairly. If you are concerned
about the suspension of your license, we can represent you at your administrative
license revocation (ALR) hearing.
El Paso DWI License Suspension Defense Attorney
Any DWI conviction that goes on your record is permanent and may be used
against you if you are ever arrested and charged with a DWI in the future.
The license penalties for a conviction vary depending on the offense,
but may include suspension for a year or longer. A felony DWI could result
in the revocation of your driver’s license.
You may be able to qualify for an occupational driver’s license in
some instances. For more information about the specific penalties in your
situation, speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible and ensure
your rights are protected.
Before you discuss your arrest with the police, contact the Law Offices
of Ruben Ortiz for a free consultation. You have the right to an attorney.
You don’t have to accept a drunk driving charge. Fighting a DWI charge
can keep your criminal record clean and prevent you from dealing with
hefty fines and other penalties.
Contact us online or call our El Paso DWI attorney at 915-308-8850 for a free consultation.