Administrative License Revocation (ALR)
DWI Attorney in Houston, Texas
Perhaps one of the most damaging consequences of a drunk driving offense
is the suspension of your driver's license. The loss of your ability
to drive can make it extremely difficult to get to work and uphold your
many family and personal obligations. In Texas, a driver's license
suspension is handled through a process called an Administrative License
Revocation (ALR) hearing. Contact a skilled Houston DWI defense lawyer
to help with your hearings to protect your driving privileges.
You have only 15 days from the date of your arrest for DWI/DUI to request
your ALR Hearing and stop the Suspension of you Driver's License
This hearing is your best opportunity to save your driver's license.
It is important that you have an experienced lawyer on your side who knows
the law and will fight to protect your interests. At Mark A. Morasch,
Attorney at Law, I have successfully represented clients at ALR hearings
throughout the Houston area.
NOTE: Even if the DWI charge is dismissed, is still possible that your driver's
license will be suspended. To avoid the suspension of your Texas Driver's
License, contact the Houston, Texas, Mark A. Morasch, Attorney at Law
today for a
free initial consultation.
There are a number of things that can lead to a driver's license suspension.
Detection of a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of over .08 percent or
the refusal of a breath or blood test can result in the loss of your driver's
license. In addition, a person under the age of 21 who has any detectable
amount of alcohol in his or her system can be subject to license suspension
I represent every client at the ALR hearing. I have a solid track record
of success at these hearings. I have helped many clients preserve their
driving privileges without condition. ALR hearings also provide me with
an invaluable opportunity to gather key information from the arresting
officer and to receive a copy of the police officer's report.
Get the Help You Need 24/7 from a DWI Lawyer in Houston, Texas
If you have been arrested for DWI then
contact my office to discuss your case today. You can speak to someone weekday
or weekend, day or night by calling
713-468-2394 (713-got-aDWI), or you can use the
e-mail link for a response the next business day. In criminal cases I offer payment
plans, and I accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express.
Program my number into your cell phone now, because you never know when
you'll need help.