Hardship License

Boston DUI Attorney For RMV Hardship License

If you have been convicted of DUI in Massachusetts but must drive to work, school or medical appointments, you may be able to get a "hardship license." These requests are not readily approved by the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), and it is strongly advised that you contact a Boston DUI defense attorney at the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Group to help. Under no circumstances should you drive with a suspended license as the penalties will be far too extreme if you attempt to do so and are stopped by law enforcement.

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Get A Hardship License In Boston With Help From Our DUI Lawyers

If you have a first DUI-OUI conviction, it may be possible to get a hardship license with the assistance of a skilled DUI defense lawyer. Habitual traffic offenders (a series of traffic tickets resulting in a suspended license) may also be eligible. A hardship license is often granted to those who must use a vehicle to get to and from work, but the RMV ordinarily will require a certain period of license suspension before granting a hardship license.

Information About Hardship License Eligibility

There are nine criteria for this type of license if you have been convicted of DUI and six conditions if you are considered a habitual traffic offender, and they are very specific. You must submit the required paperwork to the RMV when requesting a hardship license. The procedure is fairly complex and must be submitted correctly the first time or your request will likely be refused. With the assistance of a Boston DUI defense attorney, you increase the chances that you will get this license that will allow you to continue to make a living.

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When it comes to litigating hardship license cases, our attorneys vigorously and tirelessly fight for clients, both in District Court and at the RMV. Call 800-82-DEFENSE (800-823-3336) or complete our complete our online form to schedule your appointment.