Occupational Driver’s License Lawyer
Have you, a friend or a loved one been convicted for driving while intoxicated (DWI)? If you have been convicted of a DWI, it is likely that your license has been suspended. Under Texas law, you may be able to obtain a driver’s license for a limited use. An Occupational Driver’s License is a license that permits the license holder to operate a vehicle to travel to limited locations and for limited purposes (work, day care, doctor visits and other necessary activities in your life).
Every petition for an Occupational Driver’s License submitted to a judge is considered on a case-by-case basis and the following factors play an important role in determining your eligibility for an occupational driver’s license: prior criminal record and the specific facts/circumstances surrounding your DWI conviction.
If your license has been suspended due to a DWI conviction, it is important that you maintain your financial stability and keep your current job by ensuring a legal means of transportation to and from work. Contact the Hampton Law Firm now and I will walk you through the petition process and work to maximize your chances of receiving an Occupational Driver’s License.
If you live in Tarrant County, Fort Worth or the surrounding areas, contact the Hampton Law Firm now for a free consultation.