In Texas you have 15 days from the date of your DWI arrest to request an administrative hearing for your driving privileges. If you don’t request a hearing, your license will be automatically suspended. A first-time offense can earn you a suspended driver’s license, up to a $2,000 fine, and even up to 180 days in the county jail. A second offense amplifies these penalties, and a third DWI becomes a felony offense and often includes a prison sentence.
If you’re facing a DWI charge, let the Garney Law Firm guide you through the process and prevent the system from taking advantage of your situation. We’ll work tirelessly to achieve an outcome that minimizes anxiety and financial hardship for you and your family.