DWI And DUI
Administrative License Revocation – ALR Hearing
When someone is pulled over for drunk driving, he or she must request an administrative license revocation, or ALR, hearing 15 days from the date of the arrest. In order to have the best chance of keeping your license, you should have a DWI/DUI lawyer by your side. We know how devastating it can be for someone to lose a driver’s license for an extended period of time. Not only is it incredibly inconvenient, but it may also even cost a person his or her job. We can provide the representation you need at your ALR hearing, which will also provide us with the opportunity to question the arresting officer in the case. This could help strengthen your position in the eventual criminal case. If the judge should suspend your driver’s license, we can help you apply for an occupational license. This would allow you to drive to meet certain family responsibilities, as well as go to work or attend school.
Whether this is your first arrest or you are facing a charge of repeat or felony DWI, you need someone on your side working in your best interests. We are well aware of how stressful this time can be for people, and we will work diligently to ensure you face the lightest penalties possible.
Contact An Experienced DWI/DUI Lawyer
Our lawyers have a great deal of judicial, prosecutorial and law enforcement experience. Put our skill and insight to work for you today. Contact Gibbs Nolte Robison Rose, PLLC, online or give us a call at 972-600-2761 to schedule a consultation.