Arrested for DWI? You only have 15 days to act!
If you were arrested for drunk driving in Texas, you only have 15 days to schedule an ALR hearing and protect your driving privileges. By law, the Texas Department of Public Safety will automatically suspend your driver’s license after a DWI arrest. However, you can contest this suspension at an ALR hearing.
ALR hearings are unrelated to your court proceedings, but they can have a significant impact on your future. If you were arrested for DWI, contact The Wilder Firm today to schedule a legal consultation regarding your case. Initial consultations are always free.
What to Expect at Your ALR Hearing
The State Office of Administrative Hearings will conduct your ALR hearing. At the hearing, you are responsible for providing enough evidence to contest the license suspension. This includes the facts of your case and any evidence in your favor. With the help of our DWI lawyers at The Wilder Firm, you can improve your chances of retaining your driving privilege.
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- 20 Years of legal experience
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Get Our Team into an ALR Hearing for Your Case
If you were arrested for driving while intoxicated, you want an attorney who will not only show up in court, but defend you at your ALR hearing too. At The Wilder Firm, we are passionate about helping others and want to make sure that our clients get the best possible legal guidance and representation for their cases. We have 20 years of experience in the legal field and are ready to put it to work for you.
Get the aggressive DWI defense that you need and call our office today!