DMV Hearing License Suspension Attorneys – Why Will My License Be Suspended?
If you are facing a DMV hearing for the suspension of your driver’s license, it could be for several reasons:
- APS Hearing (you are being charged with a DUI);
- Negligent Operator Hearing (you received too many points on your DMV record);
- Medical Suspension Hearing (you may be medically unfit to continue driving).
One of the most common reasons is for being classified as a negligent operator. Points can be received on your DMV record in several ways:
- traffic tickets (such as speeding, running a red light, crossing over a double yellow line, etc.);
- DUI convictions;
- driving on a suspended license convictions.
No matter the reason for getting too many points on your record, Attorney Paul Denni is an experienced DMV attorney and can help you keep your driver’s license. Call us for a free consultation at 888-250-8450.
DMV Hearing License Suspension Attorneys – What Issues Will Be Considered at My Hearing?
If the reason for your hearing is due to being classified as a “negligent operator” for receiving too many points on your DMV record, the DMV will consider the following issues:
- How serious are the violations that resulted in points on your record?
- Are all of the citations for the same the same offense?
- How many miles do you drive every year?
- What types of hardships might you encounter if your license was suspended?
- What measures have you taken to show rehabilitation?
For help with your Negligent Operator Hearing, call us at 888-250-8450.
DMV Hearing License Suspension Attorneys – Do I Need an Attorney?
You are not required to have an attorney present with you at your DMV hearing. However, an experienced DMV hearing attorney knows the issues the hearing officer will consider and how to present your case in a manner most likely to prevent your license from becoming suspended.
There are many alternative “punishments” an attorney can arrange on your behalf, other than getting your license suspended, such as probation or a restricted license.
If you’d like to consider getting help with your DMV Negligent Operator hearing, you can reach Attorney Paul Denni by using the Contact Form to the right or calling us at 888-250-8450.