In the event your license is suspended as a result of either the administrative or criminal case, you may be eligible to obtain an occupational driver’s license. An occupational license may enable you to drive during the period of suspension for work, school, and in the performance of essential household duties. In most circumstances, Fort Bend Courts will grant 12 hours of drive time per day. If you have prior convictions for DWI, the court may require you to install an ignition interlock as a condition of the occupational license.
Please be advised that an occupational license may not authorize operation of a commercial vehicle. It is, therefore, imperative that you challenge the automatic suspension immediately.
Segura & Kiatta, Criminal Defense
345 Commerce Green Blvd
Sugar Land, Texas 77478