ALR Hearings in Texas (Administrative License Hearing)

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ALR Hearings in Texas

Depending on the circumstances surrounding the revocation or suspension of your driver’s license, you may be eligible to request a hearing for an administrative license revocation (ALR) in order to challenge the court’s decision.

The request must be submitted within 15 days of an intoxication arrest or DWI offense; those submitted after 15 days will automatically be denied.

The State Office of Administrative Hearings conducts the ALR proceeding at which you are responsible for presenting evidence to determine the validity of the suspension or revocation. A knowledgeable defense attorney can be invaluable at these hearings in helping you maintain your right to drive. Contact the Hunsucker Legal Group to help you create a defense and represent you in the hearing. We will help you fight for the outcome you need.

Contact the Hunsucker Legal Group today to find out how you can protect your driver’s license.