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Local Calls 210.807.8158

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San Antonio Occupational License Lawyer

Helping individuals throughout South Texas continue to drive after suspension of their licenses due to a DWI charge.

You rely on being able to drive to keep your life moving. You need to go to work, take the kids to school or shop for groceries. Texans rely heavily on their cars and the privilege of driving them. When that privilege is suspended, you need a lawyer to help you get a restricted or occupational license.

At the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., we can help you apply for an occupational license as part of your DWI defense or for any other occurrence of license suspension. This restricted license will allow you to drive to work, perform household duties and take your kids to and from school.

San Antonio Driver’s License Attorney

You can apply for occupational license if your license is suspended for the following reasons:

  • DWI convictions
  • Multiple traffic convictions
  • Failure to pay driver’s license surcharges

Because driving is a privilege, if you are arrested a second time for DWI, the penalties will be much more severe.

We understand that you may have made a mistake if you were arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI), and that you need to have the ability to get around to conduct the normal business in your life. After verifying your eligibility with the Department of Public Safety (DPS), we will help you create the petition to take to the judge, showing your need for an occupational license, and attend the hearing with you.

If it is granted, the court order that you receive will allow you to apply for an occupational license, along with certified copies of the petition and the court order, proof of insurance (SR 22) and the required reinstatement fees.

With You Every Step Of The Way

As your San Antonio occupational license attorney, Roland R. Esparza will guide you through the process, explaining what you need to do and what your options are. He will be your zealous advocate as he helps you reinstate your driving privileges and fights your DWI conviction.

Call the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., at 210-807-8158 or contact us online to schedule your complimentary initial consultation.

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