Maryland Driver’s License Suspension Hearing Lawyers
In Maryland, your driver’s license can be suspended or revoked for accumulating too many points, a criminal conviction for DUI/DWI or administrative reasons. Regardless of the reason for the suspension, a lawyer can help you restore your driving privileges.
At the Greenberg Law Offices, we represent people at license suspension hearings before the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)/Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH). We can also defend people charged with driving on a suspended license. This offense has serious penalties, including steep fines, additional suspension or revocation, and possible jail time. To schedule a free consultation with a Maryland driver’s license suspension hearing attorney, please call 410-539-5250 or 410-844-4854.
DUI/DWI, Traffic Violations/Points And Administrative Suspensions
You can lose your driver’s license for DUI/DWI and refusing a Breathalyzer test. After a DUI/DWI arrest, there is a 10-day deadline to request an MVA/OAH hearing to restore your driving privileges. Missing this deadline may result in an automatic license suspension.
Do not try to represent yourself at these hearings. We can argue for reduced penalties as well as for a hardship license with limited driving privileges. When necessary, we can help you obtain a hardship license by utilizing the Ignition Interlock program.
You can get points on your driver’s license for traffic violations such as speeding or reckless driving. If you accumulate eight points from traffic violations, your license may be suspended. If you accumulate 12 points, the state may revoke your license.
The state can also suspend your license for administrative reasons, including failure to maintain car insurance, failure to pay a traffic ticket, failure to pay child support or failure to pay other court-ordered fines/fees. Resolving the underlying charge may restore your driver’s license in these situations. Please speak with us to learn about your specific case.
Contact A Baltimore Administrative Hearings Attorney
For a free consultation, please call 410-539-5250, 410-844-4854, or contact us online.