Most people need to drive to work these days. Imagine how your life would change (it may already have) if your license were suspended. Often when people receive a notice of suspension or revocation, it is because they were unaware the ticket they plead guilty to or were convicted of would lead to suspension or revocation. Ask us about making a special motion which requests the court to "undo" the conviction. If the court grants our request, the ticket may be able to be handled in a much better way the second time. For example, say a person plead guilty to a second work zone speeding violation within 18 months, not knowing that it causes license suspension. If the court grants our motion to undo the conviction, and one of the tickets is reduced to something other than a work zone speeding violation, the person will only have one work zone conviction within 18 months and her license will not be suspended.
What is your driver's license worth to you? What is the value of a clean criminal record?
Most people would say it is virtually priceless. Your job, family and social life probably depend on your ability to drive. If that's the case, it pays to hire an experienced lawyer if it will mean reinstating your ability to drive. Your ability to maintain your job or obtain a job if you need to apply for one will definitely be affected by having a criminal record.
The Rosenblum Law Firm would like to help you regain your driving privileges and avoid a criminal conviction. Our law firm has experience with getting New York suspended licenses reinstated and fighting the associated criminal charges.