Lastest Papers in ALR
2020 Annual DWI Defense Project Advanced DWI Course May 1, 2020 TCDLA
ALR Appeals, Occupational Drivers Licenses, Rescission of ALR Suspension Following an Acquittal, Usage of ALR Hearing Transcript at Trial, and CDL Hearings October 24, 2019 TCDLA
2019 Annual DWI Defense Project Advanced DWI Course May 1, 2020 TCDLA
An ALR hearing is an important discovery tool. This Texas specific book, the Administrative License Revocation Manual, effectively guides any lawyer from the initial stop, through the hearing, and on to the occupational license request. It contains insightful commentary, invaluable forms and letters, and instructive tips for any situation. Author: Lawrence Boyd.
New Mileage Reimbursement Rate!
The New Mileage Reimbursement Rate as of Jan 1, 2018. The mileage reimbursement rate for officers increased to 54.5 cents per mile. If you are making your mileage reimbursement checks to officers based on old rate, your check will be incorrect, possibly making your subpoena susceptible to a motion to quash.
Significant Development in ALR Law
New Rules for ALR Hearings Effective on January 1, 2017
Affidavit in Support of Subpoena for Breath Test Witnesses
“Nondisclosures of DWI Convictions: A New ‘Second Chance’”, 46 Voice for the Defense, No. 8 (October 2017)(w/Sam Adamo)
“The Mythology of Non-Refundable Flat Fees”, 42 Voice for the Defense, No. 7 (September 2013)
“Domestic Violence Misdemeanors Can Result in Federal Firearms Felonies”, 27 Voice for the Defense, No. 8 (October 1998)(co-authored with J. Eric Reed and Sandra Reynolds)
“Representing Minors in the Age of ‘Zero Tolerance'”, 11 State Bar Section Report Juvenile Law, No 5 (December 1997)
“Representing Minors in the Age of ‘Zero Tolerance'”, 26 Voice for the Defense, No. 8, at pp. 18-20 (October 1997)
“Expunction of Arrest Records”, 26 Voice for the Defense, No.3, at pp.10-21 (April 1997) (co-authored with Sandra Reynolds and April Smith)