In the state of Texas, the Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Program is a process that is initiated whenever someone refuses to take or fails a blood or breath sobriety test.
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After you fail or refuse a sobriety test, the administering officer will confiscate the driver's license and issue you a temporary driving permit. At this point, you only have 15 days from the issued date to request a formal hearing to appeal your driver's license suspension. If the suspension is not successfully appealed, a first-time offense will result in a 90-day suspension for failed sobriety tests and a 180-day suspension for refused sobriety tests. For a second offense, the period of suspension increases to one year and two years, respectively.
Once you call the Law Office of Mac Morris, I will immediately contact the Texas Department of Public Safety to request an ALR hearing on your behalf. I will prepare for the hearing just as if I was preparing for trial. I have more than 500 DWI jury trials to my name, and I know exactly how to aggressively challenge your charges.
During the ALR hearing, I can help you by:
If it turns out the test was administered incorrectly, the ALR judge may revoke the suspension altogether. If the case continues to trial, your Plano DWI lawyer will have the officer's complete testimony on record to craft a defense around.
To request an ALR hearing in Plano, call my office at (972) 885-6325 before your 15 days are up!