Protecting Your Driver's License In Texas

A drunk driving arrest puts much at risk, including your driving privileges. If you have been arrested for DWI in Texas, you face two separate legal processes: criminal proceedings and the administrative process of protecting your driver's license from suspension or revocation.

The defense lawyers at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm can represent you in both of these critical legal areas. Bob Jarvis and Matt Hamilton have more than 35 years of combined experience defending clients against drunk driving charges and other criminal offenses in Sherman, Fort Worth and throughout surrounding Texas communities.

Act within 15 days to protect your license: If you have been arrested for DWI and your license was seized by the arresting officer, you have 15 days to request a hearing to fight suspension of your license. If you do not request a hearing, your license will automatically be suspended 40 days from the date of your arrest with no further notice to you. With only 15 days to act, make sure you contact us today so we can protect your driving privileges.

Representing CDL Truck Drivers

For professional truck drivers, their commercial driver's license (CDL) is their livelihood. If you are a truck driver facing drunk driving charges in Texas, the attorneys at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm are here to protect your rights and your commercial driver's license. Whether you live in the Fort Worth or Sherman areas or were passing through for your job, we can represent you in the criminal and administrative aspects of your case.

Call A Defense Law Firm That Gets Results

If you are concerned about protecting your Texas driver's license, the experienced defense attorneys at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm are here to help. Contact the firm online or by telephone at 903-892-8500 or 817-502-1919 to arrange your initial consultation.