If you were arrested for DWI, it is important to know the consequences that can occur if you do not avoid a conviction. After a DWI conviction, your driver’s license will be suspended for at least 30 days. To reinstate your Texas driver’s license, you must pay a reinstatement fee to the Texas Department of Public Safety and submit a SR-22 form.
In Texas, the Financial Responsibility Form is called the SR-22 form. It is an endorsement to an automobile insurance policy intended to prove that the policy has the minimum required insurance certain types of criminal convictions.
You will be required to obtain a SR-22 Form for the following reasons:
In Texas, the minimum insurance liability coverages include:
After a DWI arrest, it is important to understand the hidden costs that result from a conviction. The expense associated with maintaining the SR-22 form is one consequence of a DWI conviction.
Call the Fort Worth criminal defense attorneys at Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy to learn more about how we right the chemical test results from a legal or medical blood test or a breath test on the Intoxilyzer 5000. We also fight the officer's conclusions from the field sobriety exercises to show that our client's normal faculities were not impaired.