Protecting Your Rights after a DWI in Texas
Protecting Your Driving Privileges after a DWI in Gray County
Jarrett Johnston is a Gray County DWI attorney who represents those accused drunk driving. A DWI conviction can have serious consequences, for now and in the future. A DWI is a lifetime conviction, and will always be on your criminal record. Fighting your charges with an experienced Gray County DWI attorney is a way to protect your rights through the court process, and improve your chances of getting your charges reduced or dismissed entirely. Jarrett Johnston will stand by your side through from the beginning till the end of your case. To find out more about the penalties you face, and the legal options available to you, schedule a free initial consultation with Pampa DWI attorney Jarrett Johnston.
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- Dedicated to defending the rights of those who have been charged with DUI
- Discuss your charges with an experienced Texas DWI attorney
- Aggressive representation in the courtroom
- Jarrett Johnston has long-term experience in DWI defense
- Free initial consultation to review your case
Schedule your consultation by calling (806) 318-9131 or by filling out the consultation form found on this page. You have only 15 days to contest the automatic suspension of your driver’s license after your arrest, so do not wait and call right away.
Driver’s License Suspension after a Texas DWI
After an arrest for DWI, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) will automatically suspend your driver’s license after 15 days. You must schedule an ALR hearing within 15 days to prevent the automatic suspension from going into effect. An ALR hearing is handled by an Administrative Law Judge who will determine if the burden of proof against you is more probable than not. This is a separate case from your criminal case. The criminal case determines whether you are guilty of DWI, but a not guilty verdict at your criminal case has no effect on the ruling at your ALR hearing. ALR hearings can be difficult to win because they are structured in a way that favors the state and not the defendant. Prepare for your ALR hearing with Jarrett Johnston, Gray County DWI attorney, who can represent you at the ALR hearing in order to protect your driving privileges. He is also experienced in obtaining occupational driver’s licenses for those who have had their licenses suspended.
Jarrett Johnston will work to prevent a DWI conviction that can adversely affect your life for years to come. Keep in mind that professionals who work in the DWI field know how complex these cases can be and always recommend that you speak with an attorney about your case.
Jarrett Johnston, Gray County DWI Lawyer
Pampa DWI attorney Jarrett Johnston is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan School of Law. He understands the complexity of DWI cases and he has a track record of success for representing his clients accused of DWI. He believes that anyone accused of drunk driving deserves to have their rights protected through this difficult process.
To begin working on your case, call Gray County DWI attorney Jarrett Johnston for a free initial consultation of your case. Schedule this consultation by calling (806) 318-9131 or you may fill out the consultation form found on this page.
"Mr. Johnston was excellent. My son was charged with a DWI in Amarillo. Mr. Johnston spent a great amount of time with me, my husband and my son explaining the entire process. We were very pleased with the outcome and would highly recommend him." - Sarah, a DWI client
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