If you received a letter from the DMV stating you are a “negligent operator”, you face a DMV suspension of your driver’s license for up to 6 months. Loss of your driver’s license is one of the biggest restraints on your freedom, and as such, you have a right to contest a negligent operator DMV suspension. You can get help with your Negligent Operator DMV suspension from Attorney Paul J. Denni.
What Makes You a “Negligent Operator”?
The DMV considers you a negligent operator if you have received too many points on your DMV record within a given period of time. If you are a non-commercial driver, you will be classified as a negligent operator if you have received 4 points on your DMV record in one year, 6 points in two years, or 8 points in three years. (If you are a commercial driver, you are allowed 2 additional points, but each moving violation received counts for 1 1/2 times the normal point count.)
How Do I Get Points on My DMV Record?
You can receive points on your DMV and eventually be classified as a negligent operator record due to the conviction of a moving violation offense. Several common traffic tickets (speeding, illegal stop, crossing over a double yellow line, etc.) are moving violations and will result in a point on your DMV record. There are other more serious offenses which result in two points on your record, such as driving on a suspended license under VC 14601.1, or a DUI under VC 23152.
Negligent Operator Help from a DMV Attorney
Attorney Paul J. Denni is a negligent operator attorney and focuses his practice on defending drivers in negligent operator hearings. Mr. Denni can represent you in your negligent operator DMV suspension hearing in order to prevent the suspension of your driver’s license. 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.
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