Preserving Driving Privileges With Occupational Drivers’ Licenses

When you are charged with a DWI, the state will attempt to automatically suspend your driver's license. It may be possible to challenge this determination in an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing, but such a hearing must be requested within 15 days of your arrest, and the ultimate outcome is far from guaranteed. However, you may still be able to obtain an occupational driver's license which will enable you to travel to and from work, and allow you to run other essential errands.

Attorney Kate Bihm is a former Montgomery County prosecutor with extensive criminal defense experience. To learn more about how she may be able to help you, call The Bihm Firm, PLLC, in Conroe at 936-647-2779.

Get Help From A Lawyer Who Understands The System

Kate has represented clients in multiple Texas counties in petitions/applications for occupational driver's licenses. To obtain an occupational driver's license, a lawsuit has to be filed. There are numerous requirements relating to where, when and how they must be filed.

Different counties have different procedures, and Kate prides herself on making the process as painless as possible for her clients. Practical advice and excellent service means that clients can rest assured that their ability to meet their household needs is in good hands.

Driver's License Suspended? A Restricted License Might Be The Key.

Texas is famous for its wide open spaces. Using a vehicle is essential to meeting the needs of most people. Kate can help you recover the driving privileges you need in order to maintain your household. Call 936-647-2779 or complete an online contact form to schedule an initial consultation with Kate.