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Central Texas ALR Hearings
After you are arrested for DWI (driving while intoxicated) in Texas, the police officer will confiscate your driver’s license and give you a temporary driving permit. You must then schedule an ALR hearing with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) within 15 days of your arrest, to contest your license suspension. Failure to schedule a hearing will result in the automatic suspension of your license on the 40th day after your arrest. You would then need to pay a fee to reinstate your driver’s license. However, you will also have your license suspended if you lose your license revocation case. The duration of your license suspension will vary depending on the specific circumstances.
The best decision you can make is to hire an experienced DWI attorney. By hiring an attorney, you will increase the chances of your license not being suspended by the Department of Public Safety. With San Antonio DWI lawyer Tylden Shaeffer at your side, your rights will be protected and you will be informed of your legal options. We can also schedule your ALR hearing with the Department of Public Safety and attorney Shaeffer can represent you at the hearing. We have the experience needed to tell your side of the story and challenge evidence that is presented against you.
Moreover, fight your license suspension is a very important part of your defense against the DWI charge in criminal court. Don’t lose out on this opportunity to begin building your defense.
Representation at Your Texas DPS Hearing
Attorney Tylden Shaeffer will fight your license suspension. He has over twenty years of experience within the legal system. When you work with Tylden Shaeffer, Attorney at Law, P.C. you can be assured that you are retaining the services of a knowledgeable DWI/DUI defense lawyer.