Hingham RMV Hearing Attorney
Charged with a drunk driving offense and facing license suspension? Call the firm.
At South Shore Criminal Defense, the legal team is made up of some of the
top professional in the field of criminal law. Certain traffic offenses
will automatically trigger a suspension of your driver's license,
and if you are facing this issue, it is important that you have a seasoned
Hingham RMV hearing lawyer working with you. An RMV hearing must be scheduled
immediately if you have been arrested for OUI, or if you have accumulated
too many traffic tickets and face an automatic suspension of your driving
You have a very limited period of time in which to seek to avoid license
suspension, and there is no doubt that the quality of your counsel can
be the most significant factor in the decision made at the RMV about your
license. At the firm you will be represented by a team of former prosecutors
that are highly skilled litigators and are very familiar with the types
of presentations that are effective when presenting a case to the RMV.
Get help from the professionals at the firm if you are at risk of losing
your license due to suspension or revocation.
RMV Hearings: Challenge a Driver's License Suspension in Hingham
The license suspension could be due to a DUI arrest, or may be related
to other situations, including the following:
- Any three moving violations within a 2 year period will require the completion
of an online driver retraining and if you do not complete the training
within a short period, your license will be suspended.
- Any five moving violations within a three year term will require that the
driver complete a more extensive driver retraining course, which must
be attended in person rather than online. A failure to complete the retraining
will lead to driver's license suspension.
- Any seven moving violations within a three year term will lead to a 60
day license suspension, which is mandatory. Once the 60 day suspension
is completed, you will be required to pay a fee to have your license reinstated.
- Those drivers who are considered to be "habitual traffic offenders"
are those that have three major moving violations or 12 minor or major
violations within a five year period will face a four year license suspension,
and at the end of this suspension will be required to completely retrain
as a driver, including the testing that all new drivers must take. There
will be a heft reinstatement fee imposed before the license will be reinstated.
If you are facing any of these situations and may soon lose your legal
right to drive, it is important that immediate action is taken for you.
At the firm, the Hingham license suspension lawyer can schedule an RMV
hearing and represent you at the hearing, providing arguments as to why
the suspension should not take place. The first step is to contact the
firm and speak with the professionals about your case. As former prosecuting
attorneys, the legal team has a deep insight into the process and the
types of arguments and evidence that could win at an RMV hearing.
Call today for the professional help you need to fight to avoid license suspension.