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322 Metcalf Street, Conroe, TX 77301

936.463.0077

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ALR Hearing Attorney Helping Clients in Grimes County

Texas DWI Defense Lawyer

Upon a Grimes County DWI arrest, the officer will issue you a written notice of license suspension, which will come into effect in 15 days. If you did not receive the written notice upon your arrest, the DPS (Department of Public Safety) will mail you one. If you do not schedule an ALR hearing (administrative license revocation hearing) within 15 days of your suspension notice, the DPS will suspend your license 40 days after the date of your notice.

Douglas W. Atkinson is a DWI defense attorney who is dedicated to helping his clients in every aspect of their drunk driving charges, including excellent representation at their ALR hearings. Attorney Atkinson is able to schedule and represent a client at his or her ALR hearing in order to help avoid the suspension or revocation of the client’s driving privileges. In fact, aggressive representation at a client’s ALR hearing often enables attorney Atkinson to attain a better case outcome for clients in criminal court.

Grimes County Administrative License Revocation Hearings

An ALR hearing is an administrative hearing which is held to determine whether to suspend or revoke a person’s driver’s license after a DWI arrest. Your license may be suspended if:

  • You take a chemical test (breath or blood test) and have a blood alcohol concentration of .08%
  • You refuse chemical testing

For failing a chemical test, a first offense, your license may be suspended for 90 days. For a first offense of refusing chemical testing, your license may be suspended for 180 days.

Grimes County DWI lawyer Doug Atkinson is committed to representing clients at their ALR hearings in order to help them avoid driver’s license suspension. He takes on DWI cases throughout all of Grimes County, including in Anderson, Iola, Bedias, Todd Mission, Navasota, Richards, Stoneham and Shiro.

Contact ALR hearing lawyer Doug Atkinson regarding your DWI arrest and license suspension in Grimes County.

Douglas W. Atkinson - Grimes County DWI Lawyer
Located at 322 Metcalf Street Conroe, TX 77301. View Map
Phone: (936) 463-0077
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