Texas Administrative License Revocation
Representation for ALR Hearings in Fort Worth
If you have been arrested for DWI or refused a breath test and your license has been suspended, you need to act quickly. It is highly advisable that you hire an experienced Fort Worth criminal defense attorney who is knowledgeable about Texas DWI law and ALR hearings. We can work with you to ensure you understand your options and work towards an effective defense strategy.
Call The Clark Law Firm today at (817) 435-4970 to request a free consultation.
What Does an ALR Hearing Entail?
If you failed or refused a breath test, you will likely receive a notice that your license is being suspended. The purpose of an Administrative License Revocation hearing is to give you the opportunity to challenge the suspension. You will need to attend an ALR hearing within two weeks to discuss the details of your arrest and to fight the suspension.
During the hearing, they will discuss any of the following issues:
- Whether the breath or blood test indicated intoxication
- Whether you submitted to a test at all
- Whether you were offered a test in the first place
- Whether there was probable cause to arrest you
- Whether there was any legal basis for the stop
Protecting Your Driving Privileges
Our Fort Worth DWI attorneys have the skill and knowledge you need on your side, working to minimize the possible consequences of an arrest. We are dedicated to investigating the cause for your arrest and suspension, using our proven strategies to gather evidence and questioning every step which was taken along the way. This may include challenging if there was probable cause for the initial stop and if all procedures were followed properly.
To learn more about how we can help or to inquire about our no-interest payment plans, call us at (817) 435-4970.