Occupational Driver's License in Texas
DWI Lawyers Defending Drivers in Tarrant, Collin, & Dallas Counties
If you have been driving on a suspended driver's license because of a DWI conviction, stop it immediately. Don't make a bad situation worse by hoping that you don't get caught. A 90-day suspension can turn into a year or more.
At the DWI defense law firm of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, we can help you get an occupational license that allows you to drive for work and very specific family needs. A restricted license won't restore your total driving privileges, but it makes more sense than gambling with your future.
Call (214) 301-5007 or schedule a free consultation online with Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP.
What Is an Occupational License in Texas?
An occupational license may be issued to any person whose driver's license has been revoked for a DWI or other driving offense. There are certain conditions under which an occupational license will not be restored, including delinquent child support and specific medical conditions. For driving offenses, however, you may be authorized to drive a passenger vehicle for the specific purpose of your job, education, or necessary family responsibilities, including medical appointments.
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You don't necessarily need a lawyer to help you apply, but you should understand that the reinstatement process can be complicated and frustrating. To be successful, your attorney will need to understand the ins and outs of the county or district court in which your license was suspended.
This is one important reason to hire an experienced lawyer after being charged with DWI. At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our attorneys have experience in jurisdictions throughout Texas and have the skill to present your case at a hearing effectively. Working with us maximizes your chances of receiving your driving privileges back for essential tasks, relieving the hardship of license suspension.
Contact us for a free consultation about what we can do to help you get back on the road.