A negligent operator is a term used to describe you as a California driver if you have received too many points on your driving record, and you are now looking at a potential DMV suspension of your driving privilege for up to 6 months. Paul J. Denni, Attorney at Law, is a DMV attorney focusing on DMV hearings when you’ve received too many negligent operator points. Mr. Denni can help prevent the suspension of your driver’s license.
Why Am I Being Classified by the DMV as a Negligent Operator?
Negligent operator points are assessed against your DMV record if you got too many traffic tickets that are moving violations. Moving violations may result in either one or two points on your DMV record. Two point violations include DUI and VC 14601.1, whereas other California traffic tickets, such as speeding or running a red light, will result in only one point on your DMV record. You can also receive negligent operator points if you are found to be at fault in a car accident, even if you were found to be only partially at fault.
How Do I Prevent a DMV Suspension?
If you are a potential negligent operator, DMV hearings are held to determine what course of action can be taken. Potential actions by the DMV include:
–suspension of your driver’s license for up to 6 months;
–a restriction of your driving privilege; and/ or
DMV attorney Paul Denni seeks to minimize the potential consequences and disciplinary action the DMV seeks against you. At these DMV hearings, evidence can be heard regarding your rehabilitation as a driver, remorse, hardship, types of violations leading up to your negligent operator points, and whether you’ve had a negligent operator DMV hearing in the past.
Get Help if You’re a Negligent Operator
Attorney Paul Denni can defend you in your Negligent Operator hearing. Mr. Denni can be reached by phone at 888-250-8450, by email at TrafficDefenseHelp@gmail.com, or in the Contact Form to the right.
Image Credit: freedigitalphotos.net