Make Sure You Have Representation At The MVC Hearing

Have you ever thought about how much you depend on your driver's license in your personal and professional life? And how much it would cost you to get around and do all the things you do if you lost your ability to drive? Driving in New Jersey is a privilege, not a right, and the state is quick to remind you of that in many situations.

If you are at risk of having your driver's license suspended or revoked, you need legal help. Do not try to represent yourself at the NJMVC/NJDMV hearing — there is too much at stake. Contact The Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, LLC, at 800-375-3499 today.

There are many ways you can lose your driver's license in New Jersey. If you have too many points on your license, unpaid civil judgments or surcharges, or have a medical condition that makes it dangerous to drive. You can also lose your license if you are charged with certain crimes.

You Need An Attorney

Hiring an attorney to represent you at an NJMVC/NJDMV hearing is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your driver's license. The hearing officer will want to know what a suspension will mean for you in your day-to-day life. Do you have children? A job that requires a car to get to? It is important to explain to the hearing officer in detail why a suspension would be damaging to your life. As your lawyer, I will help you prepare for these questions.

The benefits of having an experienced attorney go beyond preparation. I will help you put your best foot forward and deliver a professional explanation of your situation — as well as present solid arguments as to why your driver's license should not be suspended.

I Will Help You Through The Entire Process

When you receive a notice from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, the reason for the proposed suspension will be listed, as will the length of the proposed suspension and the steps you need to take to request a hearing. If you do not request a hearing, you will lose your license.

I can help you with the entire process — from requesting the hearing, to gathering relevant information about your driving record and a list of moving violations or other criminal offenses you have been charged with over the years, to representation at the hearing. If the hearing officer makes a decision you are not satisfied with, we can appeal. Contact me at 800-375-3499 to get started, or email me.