Many people throughout the state of Massachusetts drive from place to place on a daily basis, and the inability to do so would cause significant difficulties. For this reason, it is important to avoid driver’s license suspension or revocation if at all possible. Some of the reasons that the Registry of Motor Vehicle (RMV) may suspend a person’s right to drive include the following:
- Multiple surchargeable offenses;
- A drunk driving conviction; and
- Refusal to submit to chemical testing.
Fortunately, in many cases, an experienced attorney can help people who are facing suspension or revocation or who have already had their license taken away. Attorney Keren Goldenberg recently did just this, helping a client get his license reinstated after years of suspensions.
A number of regulations exist that are involved with getting a driver’s license reinstated, and as anyone with experience can attest, dealing with the RMV can be a difficult process in itself. When you retain an attorney, he or she will fight to get your license back as quickly as possible and represent your interests in any hearings that may occur. In the event that an RMV hearing does not result in a favorable outcome, you have the right to appeal the decision to the Board of Appeals.
Contact Attorney Keren Goldenberg Today to Discuss Your Options
If you have had your driver’s license suspended or revoked or are facing action from the Massachusetts RMV, you should speak with a criminal defense lawyer immediately. To schedule a free consultation, call our office today at 978-221-2503
Lowell, MA 01852