Helping You Seek An Occupational Driver's License (ODL) In Texas

If you have a suspended driver's license, you may have options available to you to help get your license back or obtain an occupational driver's license (ODL) for limited purposes. The options available to you depend strictly upon why you initially received your suspended driver's license.

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Attorney Jack Byno has been assisting individuals in North Texas with suspended driver's licenses for over 20 years. We understand the system and can work efficiently to help you identify your options and reach your goals. If you have a license suspension, you may have several options:

  • If your suspended driver's license occurred as part of your punishment for a driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction, we will assist you in going back to the court that suspended your license to request an ODL.
  • If you failed a DWI breath test or refused to take the breath test, you have 20 days from the time of failure or refusal to contest this suspension. If you do not send notice to DPS stating that you want to contest the suspension, you can expect your driver's license to be suspended 40 days from the date of refusal or failure. No matter what, we can help you obtain an ODL.

Applying For An Occupational Driver's License (ODL)

If you have a suspended driver's license, our firm will seek an ODL for you in court. This will allow you to drive to and from work and other necessary places for certain periods of the day. You will need to provide us with a copy of your driving record, proof of insurance (form SR 22), and any relevant case information. Contact us today for more information.

Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.