ALR, or Administrative License Revocation, is an administrative process in Texas used to suspend the driver’s license of a person who is arrested for DWI or DUI. A person arrested for DWI/DUI who fails or refuses a chemical test after being properly requested to do so by the arresting officer is subject to an ALR suspension.

If you fail or refuse a chemical test, your license is not suspended immediately. Rather, the police will take your license and give you a temporary driving permit labeled “Notice of Suspension – Temporary Driving Permit.” If you do not request a hearing to fight the license suspension within 15 days of the arrest – your license will be suspended automatically on the 41st day following your arrest. If you request a hearing, your license will not be suspended until after you have fought for it before an administrative judge.

An experienced College Station DWI Lawyer can often prevent the license suspension from ever occurring. Steve is an experienced criminal defense lawyer and prepared to immediately begin the defense of your driver’s license suspension.