Are your driving privileges at risk in an upcoming administrative hearing in Southeast Texas?
The ALR (Administrative License Revocation) hearing is far different from an actual trial, but can frequently be as important as the trial itself. Testimony at an ALR hearing is sworn testimony, and can establish errors in the stop itself, the administration of the standardized field sobriety tests or in the driver's arrest for DWI.
For this and many other compelling reasons, you should act within the 15 days you are allowed to request an administrative hearing on the driver's license suspension. If you fail to request a hearing, your right to contest the revocation or suspension is waived.
In counties surrounding Greater Galveston, the skilled lawyer who safeguards your interests at these hearings is Dan Krieger of the Krieger & Ongert, Attorneys At Law, law firm.
League City, TX, DWI Defense Attorney Protects Your Rights At Administrative Hearings
Dan Krieger is a DWI defense lawyer with unique credentials that qualify him to represent you. He is a former police officer and former prosecutor who stays one step ahead of opposing counsel's efforts to convict and punish those arrested for drunk driving.
Dan protects the rights of clients in practice areas of breath test failure, breath test refusal and temporary driver's licenses. His goals are to fight for reduction or dismissal of charges and put you back on the road so you can get to your job and continue providing for your family.
To discuss your case in a free initial consultation, call Krieger & Ongert, Attorneys At Law, at 281-557-6311 or send an email message. We can provide Spanish language translation if you need it.