DWI & Texas Drivers License Suspension

If you were arrested for driving while intoxicated in Houston, you’ll face more than a criminal charge for DWI. Persons arrested for DWI may face having their Texas Drivers License automatically suspended by the State of Texas, in addition to other penalties and fines.

In Texas, we heavily rely on our street and highway system as the motor vehicle is the primary form of transportation for most Texans.

To put it lightly, if a person who relies on their own personal transportation as their primary means of transportation to and from work, to and from family members, and as a general component of a fruitful modern lifestyle, having your Texas Drivers License revoked can put a hamper on things.

According to the Texas Transportation Code (§724), each person who operates a motor vehicle on Texas roadways has impliedly consented to provide a specimen of breath or blood if arrested for DWI if provided with a proper request by law enforcement that included the consequences of refusing.

In short, by refusing or failing a field sobriety test your Texas Driver License will likely be suspended.

We Have 15 Days to Fight For Your License

An arrest for a DWI offense not only means being thrust into the challenges of fighting a criminal charge, but it also means fighting to avoid the suspension of your Texas Drivers License.

Special Note: Although unbeknown to most, the state of Texas does not have to be the state issuing the drivers license scheduled for suspension. State of Texas will pursue, and will likely accomplish, the suspension of your drivers license, based on DWI, regardless of which state issued it.

Administrative License Revocation

If your drivers license is in jeopardy of being revoked or suspended by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates, and Houston DWI attorney Tad Nelson, will request a hearing on your behalf which will give us access to the judge and the court so that we may have the opportunity to fight the suspension of your Texas drivers license.

Once you become aware of the state’s intent to suspend your license we’ll have between 15 and 20 days (14-15 Days is normal) from the date on the notice to execute countermeasures. These situations must be addressed immediately.

Once you’re arrested for DWI contact Houston lawyer Tad Nelson immediately as the state of Texas will immediately pursue the suspension of your drivers license and you’ll likely be served with a notice of the state’s intent to suspend your drivers license on the spot by the arresting officer/law enforcement agency.

Attorney Tad Nelson: Houston’s DWI Guru

DWI, in the criminal defense community, is viewed as a specialty area of law requiring a specific skill set to guarantee maximum effectiveness.

Both attorneys Tad Nelson and Amber Spurlock are ACS/CHAL Lawyer/Scientists with forensic credentials that are unrivaled by most DWI lawyers in Houston. In fact, the DWI attorneys who staff the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates are among the handful of DWI attorneys in the nation with lawyer/scientist credentials.

When you or your loved one is represented by the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates, you know you’re being represented by dedicated DWI lawyers who will challenge the validity of the state’s claims, their evidence, their evidence collection tools, and the training of professional who executed the arrest and testing.

If you’re reading this message and have an upcoming court date related to a Houston DWI case, you need to call attorney Tad Nelson immediately.

DWI & Texas Drivers License Suspension

Last updated: March 31, 2017 at 17:39 pm
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