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Brazoria County Occupational Driver's License Lawyer

Helping You Regain Driving Privileges in Pearland

There are several reasons why a person can have their driver's license suspended. If you've had your license suspended and have an essential need to drive such as going to work or picking up your children, you may be able to obtain an occupational license. This application process is complex and can be quite confusing without experienced guidance. Fortunately, our Brazoria County occupational license attorney at the Law Office of Tom & Ann Stickler has years of experience helping clients like yourself. We are here to guide you through the application process and represent you at the hearing.

To learn more about your options and legal rights, call our Brazoria County criminal defense lawyers today at (281) 601-4133. We're available 24/7 to help.

Process & Restrictions of an Occupational License

Once your license has been suspended, you will need to draft a petition to the court requesting an occupational license. The petition must be thorough and include information regarding what days and times you need to drive, where you need to drive, and why you need to drive. Typically, an occupational license allows you to drive to and from work, to and from school, and to perform household obligations.

If the occupational license is granted, you will have to follow specific instructions and restrictions to avoid violations. Failing to adhere to these restrictions can lead to further charges, fines, and time in jail.

The restrictions you may be expected to follow include:

  • Follow a specified route, driving on specific roads
  • Only operating your vehicle for specific purposes
  • Driving only a specific number of hours
  • Driving only on set times or days

Obtaining an Occupational License in Texas

If you cannot drive due to your license being suspended, work with the Law Office of Tom & Ann Stickler to determine if you qualify for an occupational license. We understand that this is a stressful time for you and want to help you explore every possible resource available to you. Our skilled Brazoria County occupational license attorney can help you navigate all of the steps required, including drafting your petition and being present at your hearing.

To request a free consultation, call us at (281) 601-4133.

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