Adminstrative Suspension for Point Accumulation Avoided at Motor Vehicle Hearing

DMV Hearing Attorneys

One careless driving ticket here, one improper turn ticket there, and one speeding ticket can quickly turn into a administrative suspension by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission for point accumulation. These suspensions will be triggered for anyone who accumulates 12 or more points in a two year span. An administrative suspension’s length will depend on the number of point accumulated (i.e. 20 points may be a 90-day proposed suspension while 12 points may be a 30-day proposed suspension). Recently my office took in a client who was facing a 45-day suspension for point accumulation based on just two incidents! Our client did not fight the tickets at the time and simply plead guilty to the alleged charges. This was a commonly-made mistake on his part as not long after he was issued a proposed motor vehicle suspension from NJ DMV.

The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall is a fully staffed traffic, criminal, and license suspension law firm. Our team of attorneys is comprised of former municipal and county prosecutors from all over the state of New Jersey. If you or someone you love received a notice of an administrative suspension for point accumulation from New Jersey Motor Vehicles you can still fight back. Our firm handles motor vehicle hearings in Trenton and Paterson and can offer you the skills and expertise necessary to reduce, if not eliminate, any proposed suspension. Contact our office today at 1-800-509-3333.

Motor Vehicle Suspension Attorneys Trenton NJ

Just this past week, I appeared for a pre-conference hearing, alongside our client, with representatives from NJ MVC. The issue before the parties was whether or not my client’s license would be suspended for a forty-five (45) day period based on him accumulating 13 points on his drivers license in the last few months alone.  Through extensive arguments and presentation hardship applications based on the client’s current situation, I was able to persuade the DMV representative to forgo any license suspension. Instead my client was enrolled in a separate program that actually allowed him to obtain a point reduction and lowered his yearly MVC surcharges.

Administrative Suspension for Point Accumulation

The outcome of the case describe above is not an anomaly for our firm. Rather, we continually obtain these types of positive results for out clients. If you received a letter in the mail regarding a proposed license suspension for point accumulation, fault in an accident resulting in death, or operating during a period of suspension from NJ MVC, contact the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. Our firm has the experience and resources necessary to advocate on your behalf before New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.  For your free initial consultation call 1-800-509-3333.

 

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