Helping You Protect Your Driver's License During An ALR Hearing

If you have been charged with drinking and driving in Texas, you must contact the Texas Department of Public Safety within 15 days to schedule an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing. Failure to do so will lead to the immediate suspension of your driving privileges and may disqualify you for an occupational driver's license (ODL). Contrary to popular myth, you don't have to lose all driving rights because of a DWI arrest. You want an experienced lawyer who has successfully protected the rights of others in ALR hearings to guide you through the process.

At Danford Law Firm, PLLC, in Kerrville, we bring more than 20 years of experience to people facing drunk driving charges. A former prosecutor and director of the Texas Department of Public Safety's DWI/ALR program, attorney Harold J. Danford has remarkable knowledge of DWI defense and the DWI laws in Texas. Though our lawyers can negotiate a plea bargain if it's in your best interests, we have extensive trial experience and are always willing to take your case before a judge and jury to protect your constitutional rights.

Aggressively Advocating For Your Right To Drive

In Texas, the administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing is a critical step in the overall defense against a DWI charge. This hearing is important to fighting your DWI charge and keeping you on the road.

Harold Danford understands the process and purpose of ALR hearings. He routinely represents individuals in such matters in Kerr, Gillespie and Kendall counties. In all instances, he will take the necessary steps to keep your driving privileges intact.

Knowledgeable And Reputable DWI Defense Attorneys

For a free initial consultation, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 830-257-4045. Your first consultation is free. We answer our phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We accept credit cards to pay for our services.