Do You Know When You Will Be Listed as a Negligent Operator?
You will be listed as a negligent operator if you receive too many points on your DMV record. The good news is that if you’re listed as a negligent operator and are facing a DMV suspension of your driver’s license, you are entitled to a DMV hearing to contest the suspension of your license. Attorney Paul J. Denni can help you keep your license if the DMV is trying to name you as a negligent operator.
Negligent Operator DMV Hearings
DMV hearings can be intimidating. If you’re classified as a negligent operator, DMV hearings can result in a 6 month suspension of your driving privilege. These DMV hearings are only held if you’ve received 4 points in one year, 6 points in two years, or 8 points in three years.
Examples of moving violations that result in points on your DMV record (and consequently, result in negligent operator DMV hearings), include:
—DUI convictions (2 points);
—14601.1 suspended license convictions (2 points);
–speeding tickets, running stop signs, and crossing over a double yellow line (each of these are worth 1 point, unless you were driving over 100 mph).
A competent negligent operator attorney can help you keep points off of your DMV record (before a conviction has occurred), and can also represent you in your negligent operator hearing once you’ve received the traffic convictions and are facing the suspension of your driver’s license.
Get Help From a Negligent Operator Attorney
Attorney Paul J. Denni is a negligent operator attorney and represents drivers who face the suspension of their driver’s license due to receiving too many points on their DMV record. If you’d like help with your negligent operator hearing, you can reach Mr. Denni by phone at 888-250-8450, by email at TrafficDefenseHelp@gmail.com, or in the Contact Form to the right.