20 Questions: Arrested for DWI in Texas. Can the police officer take my license?

20 Questions: Arrested for DWI in Texas is the first book in the 20 Questions series by Peter M. Lopez. It is currently available to read in ebook form below and for download as a pdf. A paperback version is scheduled to be released this summer.

Each question answered in 20 Questions: Arrested for DWI in Texas is also answered individually for your convenience here on our website if you are searching for answers to specific questions.

As you read, you may discover you have other questions. If so, links to the answers to the other nineteen questions in the book are provided below.

This is the 4th question answered in the book.

4. Can the police officer take my license?

Yes. If you are arrested for a DWI, and you have a Texas driver license, the arresting officer will probably confiscate your license. If so, you should be given a yellow sheet of paper called a Notice of Suspension, Temporary Driving Permit (DIC-25), explaining that your license will be suspended effective 40 days from the date of the notice. The DIC-25 is your temporary driving permit until the expiration of 40 days, or, if you request a hearing to contest the license suspension, until an Administrative Law Judge decides whether your license should be suspended.

If you have other questions about a DWI arrest in Texas, here are the answers to the other nineteen most frequently questions when arrested for driving while intoxicated:

If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with driving while intoxicated in Texas, call our firm today, and please enjoy 20 Questions: Arrested for DWI in Texas.