Protecting Your Rights And Driving Privileges

A DWI arrest can leave you with many questions that need to be answered quickly to protect your future. Unfortunately, many individuals charged with a DWI don't understand their rights and often lose their driving privileges.

We can help at the Rosales Law Firm. Our lawyers are dedicated to protecting your rights. With more than 40 years of combined experience on our side, you can trust us to handle your individual case with the care and attention it deserves.

DWI Driver's License Suspension

Your driver's license will be automatically suspended if you fail or refuse to take the Breathalyzer test in Texas. You can challenge the suspension by requesting an Administrative License Revocation hearing. You only have 15 days from your arrest to request this hearing. Your driving privileges are at risk. Speak with us today to protect your rights.

A skilled defense team can go a long way in protecting your rights. Our attorneys will contest your license suspension at the ALR hearing. We will explore all factors leading up to your arrest to ensure your rights were not violated and the police had a valid reason for pulling you over.

Failure to request an ALR hearing before the deadline will result in your license being suspended on the 40th day after your arrest. You will also no longer be able to apply for an occupational license.

How We Will Help You

We will assist the reinstatement of your license. However, every case is unique and depends on a variety of factors. We will guide you through this process so your rights and interests are protected.

We represent drivers charged with DWIs and are facing license suspension in El Paso and the surrounding areas, including military members stationed at Fort Bliss.

Our law firm will:

  • Protect your rights
  • Defend against any charges
  • Contest your license suspension
  • Help you apply for an occupational license

Get Representation To Protect Your Future

Do not wait to discuss your situation. We will start protecting your rights and evaluating your specific case. Contact us about a free consultation by calling 915-219-5516 or sending us an email.

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