If you are stopped and arrested for DWI, you should act quickly and retain experienced counsel due to the potentially serious implications of the arrest on your record. Your driver’s license is automatically suspended for at least 90 days upon your arrest. You only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing before the Texas Department of Public Safety to challenge the suspension of your driver’s license. Ghezzi Law Firm assists you in obtaining an occupational license to drive if your license suspension cannot be reversed.
Our firm helps you try to clean up your record once you have completed probation or the statute of limitations has expired on the offense for which you were arrested and no charges have been filed. We assist you in expunging certain offenses and seeking an order of nondisclosure for many others. We are here to help you put your life back on track following your arrest. Ghezzi Law Firm fights for you to reduce the personal and financial impact of a DWI arrest.