Texas Suspended Driver's License Hearings
To understand the facts regarding a possible or actual driver's license suspension following your DWI arrest, contact the Law Offices of Tim Powers in Denton County. We are former chief prosecutors and assistant district attorneys who are devoted to protecting the constitutional rights and driving privileges of our DWI / DUI defense clients.
There are very few privileges that people enjoy more than the right to drive an automobile. In big cities like Denton, transportation is vital for people who commute long distances to work every day. The Law Offices of Tim Powers may be able to help you avoid driver's license suspension.
Call us at (940) 580-2899 to schedule your free consultation.
You Need Tenacious Advocacy from Our Denton County DWI Lawyers
The laws regarding driver's license suspensions are getting tougher every year. Currently, your driver's license is subject to a suspension if you refuse or fail the breath test. A judge has the ability to suspend for greater or lesser periods as the occasion dictates. You need an attorney who has the ability to communicate your position clearly to the judge.
Keep in mind that simply because you have been informed by your arresting officer that your driver's license will be suspended, that does not make it so, even if he or she took your actual card. You have the right to a hearing with the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
We Defend You Aggressively at DMV Hearings
At The Law Offices of Tim Powers, in every case we handle, we attend our clients' Denton County driver's license suspension hearings. There, DPS (Department of Public Safety) is required to prove the officer who stopped you had probable cause to believe that you were driving while intoxicated. Were you given the necessary warnings prior to being offered a breath test? In some cases your lawyer can effectively argue that the officer did not have reasonable suspicion to pull you over, thereby negating all evidence obtained later.
When you hire our Denton County DWI attorneys, you can trust that we will:
- Advocate on your behalf utilizing our prior experience as prosecutors
- Focus our attentions on adding your case to our long list of successful results
- Work tirelessly to find any evidence to benefit your case
In the event that we believe that your driver's license was unjustly taken away, we will appeal the decision, and fight your revocation. We do all that is necessary to prevent DPS from taking away your driver's license. If you do lose it, however, contact us to speak with a Denton County DWI lawyer and learn how we can help you obtain an occupational (essential needs) or work driver's license, as well as fulfill alcohol counseling or ignition interlock device requirements.