Preserving Your License and Freedom
When the police arrest you for DWI after putting you through roadside tests that seem designed for you to fail, you have a right to be angry. You have a right to be frustrated. After all, the charges have brought into jeopardy your license, your ability to keep a job, and can possibly result in jail time. I understand how humiliated you probably are after being subjected to the roadside “tests” and arrest, the booking and bonding process at the jail, and the embarrassment of having to tell your friends, family – and maybe worst, your boss—that an officer put you in jail just because you drove with alcohol on your breath.
However, you have the right to hire an attorney who will be by your side and protect your rights each step of the way.
It's important to understand that there are two cases -a civil drivers' license action and a criminal DWI action-pending against you right now if you have been arrested for DWI. The two actions under Texas DWI law come with two separate, and very dire sets of penalties:
- The civil action is designed to take away your Texas Drivers License.
- The criminal action is aimed at your personal freedom.
You only have 15 DAYS FROM NOTICE OF SUSPENSION to send your request for a License Revocation Hearing.
Call 903-744-4252 for a free In-Person Hearing Request to avoid automatically losing your Texas Drivers License.
Call now at 903-744-4252 for a Free Case Evaluation and a Free In-Person License Revocation Hearing Request. I will be happy to sit down with you in my Sherman office and tell you what you are facing under your particular fact situation. You may also complete the online quick contact form or make an appointment to bring the answers by my office for a face-to-face meeting.
Thank you for visiting my Website and I hope you find the information helpful. I look forward to meeting with you soon.
Attorney Micah Belden