Fighting to Keep Your Driving Privileges
Maintaining your driver’s license is crucial to getting around the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. If you are facing a license suspension or revocation due to a DWI or traffic violations, it is important that you act quickly to ensure that your driving privileges remain intact. At the Shapiro Law Firm, our Texas occupational driver’s license lawyers will get to work immediately to help ensure that you have at least a limited right to drive to work or for other necessary duties.
Our dedicated DWI/DUI defense attorneys provide vigorous representation at administrative license suspension hearings. We have more than 40 years of experience protecting the rights of Texans and will work tirelessly to help you obtain a provisional license whenever possible.
Do Not Delay Getting Legal Help
In Texas, you may face a license suspension for a number of reasons, including:
- Breath test refusal during a DWI traffic stop.
- DWI/DUI conviction.
- Habitual traffic offenses (four tickets within one year or seven tickets within two years)
- Other criminal offenses
It is important to act quickly in these cases. You only have 15 days after receiving a license suspension notification to contest the issue. It is your right to contest the issue; however, you must be proactive in requesting a hearing with the Department of Public Safety. Having one of our Collin County criminal defense lawyers at your hearing will greatly increase your chances of avoiding a full license suspension or revocation.
An Occupational License Does Not Apply Only to Work Commutes
Many people think that getting an occupational or provisional license will only allow them to travel to and from work. This is not necessarily the case. The law allows you to use this license for 12 hours a day. However, the times during which you may drive will be limited by a set schedule. At the Plano law office of the Shapiro Law Firm, our attorneys will review your situation and inform you of your options. We will get to work right away on your case to ensure that all deadlines are met in a timely manner.
Call for a Consultation With a Dallas DWI Work Driving License Lawyer
We are experienced helping people through administrative license revocation hearings. Contact our Texas occupational driver’s license attorneys online or call 972-423-0033, to arrange for a consultation to discuss your case. We are dedicated to providing quality representation to clients throughout Dallas, Denton and the Collin County area.