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ALR Hearing Lawyer in Liberty County

License Suspension

If you are arrested for drunk driving, two cases will be created against you. There is the criminal DWI case, to be addressed through the courts, as well as separate civil proceedings regarding your driving privileges. An ALR hearing is an Administrative License Revocation hearing and is conducted by the Department of Public Safety in situations expected to warrant the suspension of a driver's license. These are those in which a breath or blood test has been refused or failed by the driver. A Liberty County DWI attorney can assist in preparation for this action and represent you at the hearing itself.

Administrative License Revocation Hearing

Attorney Doug Atkinson has a great deal of experience with all facets of DWI cases. This is invaluable when it comes to addressing an ALR hearing, as the hearing is an opportunity to contest the suspension of your license. He knows which points can be presented in order to have the suspension reconsidered and possibly waived. He will actively investigate your case to see how these factors may be used to help you. These include:
  • Did the officer have probable cause to stop you on suspicion of drunk driving?
  • Can it be proven that you were actually driving the vehicle?
  • Were you requested to participate in a chemical test and if so, were you informed of the consequences of refusal?
  • Did you refuse the test? Or did you actually fail the test?

If any of these factors are found lacking, they may save you from license suspension. These issues are not necessarily as open and shut as people generally believe and your attorney may be able to uncover facts which have a material effect upon your case.

Contact a Liberty County ALR hearing lawyer for help defending your driving privileges if you are facing the possible suspension of your license.

Douglas W. Atkinson - Liberty County DWI and Drug Crime Lawyer
Located at 322 Metcalf Street Conroe, TX 77301. View Map
Phone: (936) 229-4899