Texas DWI License Suspension Attorney
Arrested for DWI? You Have 15 Days to Request a Hearing to try and Save Your License to Drive
One of the harshest consequences that can result following a conviction of a Texas DWI conviction is the loss of your driver’s license for some length of time. The period of duration depends upon the nature of the DWI (whether a chemical test was refused or given with voluntary consent), and also if someone had any prior convictions for a charge of DWI.
For most people, being able to drive is a very essential element in order to do the things required of them to have employment, keep up with the needs of family and friends, and also simply to enjoying life. For some people, especially those with a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), it is imperative for them to be able to drive in order to make a living.
If you have been arrested for a charge of DWI, you have 15-days from the time of the arrest to request and schedule an administrative hearing with the Texas State Department of Public Safety (DPS). This is done because our laws state that before any freedom can be taken away, including something such as driving privileges, one should be afforded a hearing on the matter. Thus, it is important to act quickly. Employ legal counsel with the experience necessary to help preserve your ability to drive.
Contact Attorney Carl David Ceder Today
The Ceder Law Firm –
Phone: 214.702.CARL(2275) or 469.2000.DWI(394)
Email: [email protected] or at [email protected] Our office can assist in providing aggressive legal defense for clients in cases all over the State of Texas all areas of Dallas County, Collin County, Plano, McKinney, Richardson, Allen, Frisco, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Denton County, and Rockwall County.
The Process of Preserving Driving Privileges in Texas
The Ceder Law Firm provides knowledgeable, experienced, and effective defense representation for people who have been arrested for any Texas charge of DWI. If you have been arrested for a DWI offense and it is alleged you failed the breath or blood test or a field sobriety test, you could possibly lose your driver’s license for a period of 180 days (or more if certain factors exist). However, you have the absolute right to request a license suspension hearing to contest the matter, and it is then a possibility to possibly save your license and preserve your ability right to drive. At this hearing, the DPS must prove:
- There was reasonable suspicion to pull an individual over
- There was probable cause to place an individual under arrest for DWI
- An individual either refused to take the breath test or scored a .08 or above
- An individual failed any field sobriety tests administered at the scene
Attorney Carl David Ceder and his legal team of professionals are very experienced in handling all license suspension matters and are very and adept at guiding clients through hearings they may entail. Call The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder to speak with a highly trained, skilled, and knowledgeable Texas DWI Defense Attorney.
Contact Us Today
If your license has been suspended as a result of a DWI arrest in Texas, we can help contest the charge. It is important to note that DWI charges in Texas are both civil and criminal in nature. Contact us today for assistance at 214.702.CARL(2275) or at 469.2000.DWI(394). Carl David Ceder is highly trained and experienced in defending against every type of DWI charge, regardless of how it may be classified as. Attorney Carl David Ceder is a knowledgeable Texas DWI lawyer who will contest the allegations against you in a professional manner, and your case will be handled by a highly experienced and trained DWI Defense attorney.
We serve clients throughout Texas including in all of the following areas of Collin County including Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Murphy, Plano, Princeton, , Anna, Blue Ridge, Carrollton, Celina, Copeville, Dallas, Fairview, Farmersville, Frisco, Garland, Josephine, Lavon,Lucas, McKinney, Melissa, Murphy, Nevada, Plano, , Prosper, Richardson, Royse City, Sachse, Van Alstyne, Weston, and Wylie; Dallas County including Carrollton, Dallas, Garland, and Irving, Denton County including Argyle, Aubrey, , Carrollton, Celina, Coppell, Dallas, Denton, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Frisco, Grapevine, Hebron, Highland Village, Justin,, Lewisville, Little Elm, Northlake, Pilot Point, Prosper, Roanoke; Tarrant County including Arlington, Azle, Bedford, Colleyville, Crowley, Euless, Everman, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Grand Prairie, Haltom City, Hurst, Keller, Southlake, Trophy Club, Westlake, and Rockwall County including Dallas, Fate, Heath, Rockwall, Rowlett, Royse City, and Wylie. We offer all potential clients free initial consultations and are available to discuss your case 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.