Driver's License Suspension

A Bryan-College Station, Texas, Driver's License Suspension Attorney

DWI breath test refusals and many criminal convictions can result in the suspension of a person's driver's license. In order to keep their jobs, however, most people — especially those in the great state of Texas — have to be able to drive.

For those whose driver's licenses have been suspended, occupational licenses can give them the legal authorization to drive to work, school, medical appointments, and other essential functions. Because of this, occupational licenses are sometimes called "essential needs licenses."

At Rick Davis and Associates, we help clients try to obtain occupational licenses after their driver's licenses have been suspended. Reasons for the original suspension may include:

  • A criminal conviction
  • DUI/DWI charges
  • Multiple traffic violations
  • Marijuana possession or other drug charges
  • Driving without insurance
  • Fraudulent driver's license use
  • Failure to prove financial responsibility
  • Enhanced charges after driving with a suspended license

Competent Guidance Through a Complex Process

Because the process of obtaining an occupational license can be complicated, having the assistance of a skilled and tenacious lawyer can prove to be invaluable. Whether defending a client's right to drive at an Administrative License Revocation hearing or by pursuing other courses of action, Rick does whatever it takes to help ensure that his clients have the legal authority to drive.

Schedule a Free Meeting

To learn more about how Rick Davis & Associates Attorneys at Law, can help fight for an occupational license or the reinstatement of your license, contact the office today. Call 979-779-4357 or fill out the online contact form for a free initial consultation.