State Office of Administrative Hearings
State Office of Administrative Hearings

Scheduled Hearings Docket

Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Docket

Administrative driver's license suspension cases are referred by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) under the ALR program. In these cases, a driver has been arrested for driving while intoxicated. The driver has requested a hearing on the proposed administrative suspension by DPS of his/her driver's license. The hearing determines whether the police officer had reasonable suspicion to stop and probable cause to believe the driver was driving while intoxicated; whether the driver either refused or failed a breath or blood test; and therefore, whether the license can be suspended.

Click here for the ALR Docket by Location

Click here for the ALR Docket by Docket Number

General Docket Hearings and Mediations

General Docket cases cover a wide range of subjects, including professional licensing and regulation; insurance; workers' compensation medical benefits; retirement benefits; child abuse and neglect; child support; elder care; health and medical services; transportation; land ownership; environment and natural resources; public safety; and financial and utility regulation.

The General Docket now appears in "long range" vs. "weekly" format. To accommodate this change, it is now provided in Adobe PDF file format. The document will be updated weekdays at 3:30 p.m.

Click here for the General Docket Hearings and Mediations PDF

General questions may be forwarded to the agency at:

300 W. 15th Street, Suite 502
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: 512.475.4993
Fax: 512.475.4994

Case Filings Notice

SOAH does not accept online filings. Motions and other case filings must be made in accordance with 1 Tex. Admin. Code ยง 155.101, which provides in part:

Pleadings and other documents can be filed with SOAH by:

  • Mail to P.O. Box 13025, Austin,Texas 78711-3025;
  • Hand delivery to 300 West 15th Street,Room 504; or
  • Fax to (512) 475-4994.

If the parties are notified that the case has been assigned to a judge in a field office outside Austin, pleadings and other documents shall be filed with the judge at the appropriate field office address.