Texas Driver’s License Suspension

Will I lose My Drivers License With DUI or DWI?

It is very possible that a Texas drivers license will be suspended after a DUI or DWI charge. DUI charged drivers, reserved for people under 21, are looking at a possible 60 days suspension for a first time charge. It is not automatic since there is an option for the person to request a hearing in front of an administrative judge. However, DWI charges can be given to drivers of any age. Times can range from a 90 day suspension for a test failure to a 2 year suspension for a subsequent refusal within a certain amount of time from a previous suspension.  We have won driver’s license suspension hearings based on lack of evidence and for witnesses not showing up. It is not an automatic loss. But if a suspension does occur, there is a legal way to drive.

Texas Drivers License Status

Sometimes you may want to check the status of your Texas driver’s license. You can click on the below link and enter your information to see the status. But sometimes Texas drivers license check is not very current. Beware if you think you might have a DWI ALR suspension and want the latest status.


Occupational License Texas

Texas allows most people to obtain a Texas provisional license that allows a hardship limited license to go to work and other necessities. It can be limited to 4 hours a day with only certain routes. It can also allow up to 12 hours per dayt or be unlimited times and travel with an ignition interlock device installed. Take a look at this page for more information http://erictorberson.com/how-do-i-get-my-license-back-after-suspension-in-texas.

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Author: Eric Torberson

Eric Torberson is a licensed attorney in Texas as well as licensed in the federal courts of the southern and western districts of Texas.

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