Texas License Suspension Hearings
Experienced Representation from Bailey & Galyen
If you have been arrested or charged with DWI in Texas, your license has been suspended. You don’t have to simply accept that as fact, though. You can (and should) request an administrative hearing to determine whether your license will remain suspended. For this, you want an experienced attorney who knows the law and legal process, and who will fight to protect your rights.
At the law offices of Bailey & Galyen, we bring years of experience to people throughout Texas who have had their licenses suspended pursuant to a DWI charge. We emphasize personal service and attention, with open communication as our watchword. We will take the time to listen carefully to all your questions and concerns so that we can develop a strategy to meet your goals. We will also keep you fully informed of all developments in your case as well as your options so that you can make good decisions that protect your interests.
To schedule an appointment, contact our offices or call us at one of the numbers listed below. Your first meeting is without cost or obligation.
Aggressive Advocacy in Texas License Suspension Proceedings
Without a driver’s license or driving privileges, your life can come to a standstill. If you can’t share a ride or don’t have access to public transportation, you may not be able to work or go to school. You may even have to rely on others to help you get the necessities of life.
Once you hire us, we will move swiftly to make certain you have requested the administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing within the statutory 15-day period. At the hearing, the judge can generally do one of three things:
- Order the full suspension of your driving privileges
- Reinstate your driving privileges in full
- Suspend your license, but grant an occupational license to allow you to drive for limited purposes, such as work, school, doctor’s appointments or buying groceries
We will advocate for the reinstatement of your license when appropriate, and will work to get you an occupational license if at all possible. We know how to negotiate with prosecutors to reduce the potential suspension or revocation of your license through participation in diversionary programs, such as substance abuse counseling or driving school.
Contact Skilled Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer
For your convenience, we answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Evening and weekend meetings can be arranged upon request. To set up a free initial consultation, email us. Se habla Español.