If you are facing a suspension of your Texas Drivers License and need to drive for work, school or other important activities, you may be eligible to drive during the suspension period if you receive an Occupational Drivers License. An Occupational Drivers License is a restricted form of drivers license that generally allows the individual to drive for work, school or household duties. A request to a county or district court must be made and a hearing will be held to determine if the individual is eligible to receive an Occupational Drivers License. The court will then issue an order that authorizes the Texas Department of Public Safety to issue the license. The DPS has additional requirements that must be met to ensure that the license is issued.
At Edmondson Law we understand these requirements and offer affordable pricing to help people receive an Occupational Drivers License. Certain eligibility restrictions through the DPS do apply so it is always best to discuss these issues with a licensed criminal attorney. If you are looking for an suspended license lawyer in Collin County, W. Tyler Edmondson is the attorney for you. Call him today at (972) 442-8326.
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