Protect Your Driver’s License. Understand ALR Hearings. Take Action As Soon As Possible.
Within 15 calendar days once you’ve been charged with a DWI, you must schedule an Administrative License Revocation or ALR Hearing with the Department of Public Safety (DPS). While this is a simple administrative procedure, missing the deadline results in an automatic suspension of your driver’s license.
We can contact DPS on your behalf, and even if the judge rules for driver’s license revocation or suspension, we can petition for an occupational driver’s license that will allow essential driving to work, school, doctor’s appointments and the like.
Involving your DWI defense attorney in your case from the beginning is the best way to build a strong defense, so if you’ve been arrested for driving while intoxicated, don’t wait to call Wynne, Smith & Young, PLLC.