Driver’s License Suspension
Every time you commit a traffic offense, points may be added to your driving record. Once you have accumulated a certain amount of points, you may incur surcharges or your driver’s license may be suspended. Fighting a traffic ticket is important, not only to keep your record clean, but also to prevent more serious consequences. We fully understand the driver’s license point system and the specific impact that these points may have on your driving privileges. Rene Gonzalez & Associates, PLLC can help you fight your traffic offense and negotiate for a reduction or dismissal of the charges, and save your driving record, your license, and your livelihood.
A knowledgeable attorney from our firm can assist you in preparing for and conducting your DPS hearing regarding the suspension or revocation of your license. We use our years of experience to prevent your driving privileges from being taken away. In all the years of representing hundreds of clients in DPS hearings we have never had a client get their license suspended.
If your license is already suspended, it is important for you to understand how and when your driving privileges can be reinstated. We want to assist you with this information and the process of reinstatement so that further troubles can be avoided. Driving without a license can result in court costs, fines, jail time, and further ineligibility for license reinstatement. DWLI is also an enhanceable offense, which means that if you are charged with any offenses in the future, a DWLI conviction can lead to a much harsher sentence or a more significant penalty. If you are facing this violation, we are prepared to protect your rights.