Make sure the address on your driver’s license is correct and check your mail regularly for letters from DPS. The Department of Public Safety mails letters to the address they have on file. If you have moved or don’t frequently check your mail, you may miss time-sensitive letters regarding your right to challenge the suspension of your driver’s license.
We often have new clients who missed their opportunity for a hearing on the suspension of their driver’s license following a DWI arrest because they had not updated their address with DPS or they only check their mail periodically. They are often unpleasantly surprised to know they are currently driving on a suspended license.
Be proactive when facing a DWI charge in Texas. Contact a Collin County DWI defenes attorney experienced in handling all manner of DWI cases. Our office focuses on defending intoxication-related offenses in Texas.
Call The Law Offices of Deandra M. Grant, PC to schedule a time where we can sit down and discuss your situation at (972) 943-8500.