License Revocation Defense
Sugar Land DWI Defense Attorneys – 713.234.6065
Your ability to drive in Texas is not a right, it is a privilege. The notable
difference is a privilege can be removed without the intervention or punishment
of the criminal justice system. The Texas Department of Public Safety
(DPS) can permit the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to revoke
your license as a civil administrative penalty.
Your license can be revoked for up to two years if any of the following
- You have no car insurance and get into a car accident that causes serious
injury or property damage.
- You have been evaluated by a medical professional who deemed you unfit to drive.
- You are cited for multiple traffic violations within a certain period of time.
- You are convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI).
Challenging the revocation of your driver’s license can be difficult,
but it is not impossible. By teaming up with Khawaja Law Firm and our
Sugar Land criminal defense lawyers, you can give yourself all the insight
and legal abilities you need for your case. With more than 25 years of
collective legal experience under our belts, our law firm should be your
first choice in license defense at your
Begin your case by requesting a
free initial consultation.
Reinstating Your Driver’s License After Revocation
When a driver’s license revocation ends, you will not get it returned
automatically. Instead, you must first complete all criminal sentencing
requirements and civil administration penalties as established by the
DPS. After this is completed, you will have the chance to ask to reinstate
To reinstate your driver’s license, you will need:
- Your driver’s license identification number.
- Personal information about yourself, including your Social Security number.
- $125 (approximate) worth of payment for reinstatement fees.
- Proof of Financial Responsibility Insurance (SR-22 Certificate).
Depending on the details of the circumstances that led to the revocation,
you may need to reprove your abilities to responsibly drive. For example,
you might need to complete a court-ordered DWI education program, which
can include additional costs and fees.
Comprehensive Defense for Your ALR Hearing
Our Sugar Land DWI defense lawyers are ready to provide unparalleled legal
representation for your ALR hearing, during which we can convince the
Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) to not revoke your driver’s license.
We can also prepare your defense case for any DWI prosecutions you might
also be facing in correlation with the revocation or suspension. With
us by your side, you will be ready for anything.
Fill out an
online contact form or call 713.234.6065 to begin.