Possible Suspensions from a DWI arrest
If you were arrested for DWI or another offense related to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (e.g. intoxications assault) you only have fifteen (15) days following your arrest to request a hearing in order to save your driver’s license from an automatic suspension.  Therefore, if you or someone you care about has been arrested for DWI or another related offense you should not delay in contacting a knowledgeable criminal attorney who is well versed specifically in defending individuals charged with DWI and the unique administrative rules of procedure and evidence that govern in ALR hearings, as well as the many other areas of law and science needed to mount a successfully defense and insure all necessary measures are taken and fight your charges and save your license and to develop an effective defense and to aggressively contest the DWI charges. 

However, even if you failed to timely request a ALR hearing, or if the administrative judge at the ALR hearing found that the DPS presented sufficient evidence under the reduced burden employed in these proceedings to suspend your license, attorney Christopher Simpkins has both the experience and knowledge of the law and procedure that governs obtaining an Occupational or Essential Needs driver’s license in Texas and can help you through the process so that you can drive to work, school, stores for food and other necessities, and other reasons so that you can focus on taking care of the necessities in your day to day life.  If you would like to discuss obtaining an Occupational license in call me at (210) 273-4874, to discuss your matter and how I can help.