I noticed in this article - http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/texas-dwi-alr-hearing-faq the very last sentence states "In certain circumstances you may be eligible for an Occupational License." What were those circumstances?
I received a DWI in December of 2013 and another in September of 2014. I received an occupational license for the first DWI but apparently the DPS did not receive my reinstatement fee.
So I received two notices after the second DWI one on 11/3 the other on 11/4 . One is an order of suspension for one year while the other is a notice of suspension. The attorney who handled my original occupational license stated that he never received any notice back about the DPS not receiving my reinstatement fee. The judge of the second DWI required an interlock.
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