License Suspension Defense

A driving while intoxicated (DWI) charge will lead to two separate cases that an individual must work through — a civil case and a criminal case. If you are found guilty in the civil case, you likely face revocation of your driving privileges through an administrative license revocation (ALR). If you are found guilty in the criminal case, you face consequences such as jail time, fines, community service and probation. You need an experienced lawyer on your side to represent you in both of these cases.

While a criminal conviction on your record can be a frightening prospect, the loss of driving privileges can have a dramatic impact on nearly all aspects of your life. Individuals rely on their vehicles to drive to work, school and child care and to complete daily errands. There is a strict time frame in which you can attempt to fight the revocation of your license. It is crucial that you act quickly to protect yourself by consulting with a skilled defense attorney.

Don't Let A DWI Ruin Your Life

Are you afraid of losing your driver's license? If you are charged with DWI, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will suspend your driver's license for up to two years unless within 15 days of your arrest, you:

  1. Request a license suspension hearing with the DPS (800-394-9913)
  2. Hire an attorney with license suspension hearing experience

A DWI conviction requires you to pay the DPS up to $6,000 to keep your driver's license. When you need experienced license suspension defense, contact our firm as soon as possible. Founding attorney Landon Northcutt has been certified as a field sobriety test instructor, an operator of the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath test machine and a maintenance technician of the Intoxilyzer 5000. He understands the specifics of your case and has a detailed knowledge about how to develop an effective defense.

  • Field sobriety test instructor
  • Operator of the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath test machine
  • Maintenance technician of the Intoxilyzer 5000

Contact the Firm

For a free initial consultation with an Erath County criminal defense attorney, contact the Law Offices of Landon Northcutt at 877-454-0130 or online. Our offices in Stephenville and Brownwood are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Because providing excellent customer service is a priority for us, we are available for weekend appointments as well (by appointment only).