Chart for DWI Related Driver’s License Suspensions in Texas

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By Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer Jeremy Rosenthal

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Here’s a quick run-down of driver’s license suspension times which relate to Driving While Intoxicated charges (as of July, 2013).

Driver’s license suspensions related to drunk driving charges occur one of two ways: (1) by either a breath/ blood test refusal/ failure: or (2) because of a conviction for DWI.

These determinations are slippery and the code doesn’t do a very clear job of sorting them out.  It’s best to consult an attorney before trying to figure it out on your own.  Also suspension’s listed below due to refusal/ or denial are appealable through Administrative License Revocation hearings (otherwise known as ALRs).  Though the State and police want you to really think these are automatic upon arrest — they really aren’t.

DUI(Minors with any detectible about of alcohol):

1st arrest — 60 day suspension

1 prior —…

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