Occupational Or Temporary License
If you waited too long and were not able to request an
ALR hearing following a DWI/DUI charge, or your license was suspended at the hearing,
you can still attempt to obtain a temporary or occupational license. Having
an experienced and knowledgeable attorney by your side can make a difference
during this process.
At the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz, we know how important your driving privileges
are. You need to be able to travel to work, get groceries, pick up your
children and drive to the doctor. Whatever your essential driving needs
are, a temporary license can fulfill them.
To learn more about how to get an occupational or temporary driver’s
license in Texas, call 915-308-8850 to speak with a highly qualified criminal
defense lawyer in El Paso. You can also
contact us online, and we will be in touch with you shortly.
El Paso Temporary License Attorney
For most of us, our ability to drive plays a crucial role in our everyday
lives. If you drive a commercial vehicle, such as a semi-truck, a taxi
cab or a delivery truck, a commercial driver’s license (CDL) is
essential to your ability to do your job. Without one, you could even
lose your job. If you are a commercial driver, talk to our experienced
team to preserve your driving privileges and to reduce your
DWI charge. A temporary license can allow you to drive for up to 12 hours a day,
enabling most people to keep their jobs and continue caring for their families.
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.
Contact our El Paso occupational license attorney at the Law Offices of Ruben
Ortiz by calling 915-308-8850 for a free consultation.