If you are convicted of a first offense DWI, receive probation and are required to take a Texas DWI education course you will not lose your license as a result of the criminal conviction itself, so long as you successfully complete the terms of your probation. In the event, you are convicted but do not receive a probated sentence your driver’s license will be automatically suspended for a period of 90 days to 1 year. The judge has discretion over how long the suspension will actually last. The suspension must begin no later than 30 days from the date of conviction.
Persons convicted of a subsequent DWI and who are granted probation may be subject to other restrictions.
Segura & Kiatta, Criminal Defense
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Sugar Land, Texas 77478