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What Is An Administrative License Revocation Hearing?

Administrative License Revocation (“ALR”) hearings take place at the State Office of Administrative Hearings (“SOAH”, which rhymes with “Noah”). At the ALR hearing, an administrative law judge decides whether to suspend the license of a defendant who was arrested for driving while intoxicated. If the judge decides to suspend the license, that has no effect … Read More »

I Can’t Say It Better Than This

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. went to Gadsden, Ala., in late 1963. King: I hear they are beating you. Audience: Yes, yes. At King: I hear they are cursing you. Audience: Yes, yes. King: I hear they are going into your homes and doing nasty things and beating you. Audience: Yes, yes. King: … Read More »

A Client’s Moral Courage

I recently received a very kind card from Mary S. which had on the front a Malayan proverb: “One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind.” On the inside of this card, she wrote “words are too small to convey the thanks and appreciation … Read More »

Read The Labels – Alcohol Could Be Lurking

If you’re using an Ignition Interlock Device (“IID”), or anything like that, do yourself a favor. Go through your house, read the labels on everything you have, and if the label says anything about alcohol, throw it away. Example No. 1: mouthwash. Among the inactive ingredients of my mouthwash is alcohol. The stuff is 21.6% … Read More »

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