License Suspension – ALR
Losing your driver’s license can impact your ability to travel to
your job, school and other important places. Instead of accepting a driver’s
license revocation after a drunk driving arrest, hire an experienced attorney.
In Texas, following a
DWI charge, you are entitled to an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing,
in which you and your lawyer have the opportunity to tell the judge why
you should be able to keep your driving privileges.
To learn more about how to keep your license,
contact the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz in El Paso. Call 915-308-8850 as soon as
possible to arrange a free consultation with our knowledgeable criminal
defense lawyer today.
You must request an ALR hearing within 15 days of a DWI charge. If you
do nothing, your license will automatically be revoked.
El Paso Revoked Driver’s License Attorney
When you hire the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz, we will analyze your arrest
and identify any technicalities that may work to your advantage. For example,
if the police officer did not have probable cause to pull you over or
the breath testing device was not working properly, we will show the judge
that your charges are questionable and that you should be allowed to keep
your driver’s license.
If your license does get suspended, we will work to help you obtain a
temporary or occupational driver’s license, so you can drive to work, to pick up your kids, to school or to other
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.
Ruben Ortiz will aggressively defend you and work toward the best possible
outcome for you and your family. Call 915-308-8850 or
contact us online to arrange a free consultation with a skilled El Paso license suspension