Being arrested for a DWI is an embarrassing and difficult situation to navigate alone. Quick and informed action is needed to successfully beat your charges and avoid the loss of your license, an increase in your health insurance premium and more. No one expects to be pulled over for a DWI or DUI, but these charges occur on a regular basis and penalties are severe.

If you are arrested on the suspicion of DWI in Texas, the first step to take is to hire an experienced DWI lawyer. To successfully navigate your case, a lawyer who knows the ins and outs of DWI law will be a great asset. If you refused to provide a blood or breath specimen, the quick hire of a lawyer is even more important.

Once you have called your attorney, the next step to take is to request an Administrative License Revocation Hearing. At this hearing, a judge will hear your case, determining if there was probable cause for your arrest. This case will decide if your license will be suspended or not and a DWI lawyer will know the right questions to ask to prevent this from happening.

Whether you miss the deadline for an ALR hearing or had your license suspended at your hearing, you and your lawyer will need to begin preparing the best course of your defense by reviewing the evidence against you. There are many factors to consider when reviewing your files and it is important to look them over for accuracy. Depending on the video of your arrest and other information included, your attorney will have to decide on a defense option.

As you prepare your defense, you will also have to apply for an Occupational Driver’s License. This license will allow you to continue driving to work and other places at certain times of day. There are a few pieces of paperwork needed before you can submit your ODL request to the court, including an affidavit of necessity and an SR-22 form from your insurance company. After all of your paperwork is in ordered, it can be submitted for approval.

Regardless of whether this is your first offense or your third, The Law Office of Brent Hill has the experience and knowledge to successfully defend you against your DWI charges. Call our Denton, Texas location at 940-381-3688 immediately following your arrest to get the help you need.