Sound Legal Counsel Throughout Administrative Hearings

Whether you received a speeding ticket or were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, you have the opportunity to schedule a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Here, you can contest the suspension of your driver's license or other penalties to your driving record.

However, attending this hearing without adequate preparation or an experienced attorney can lead to a dismal outcome. Attorney Karen A. Friedman has over 25 years of experience in representing motorists, taxi drivers, trucking companies and more across New York. She can address questions unique to your case and guide you throughout the process to come.

Representing Motorists After A Wide Array Of Offenses

DMV hearings decide specifically on how your traffic offense or violation may affect your driver's license. In some cases, you may face the suspension or revocation of your driver's license, including after:

In other cases, including those involving speeding or failure to stop at a stop sign, you could face the deduction of significant points from your driver's license. Whether you received a traffic ticket or a summons to appear before the Traffic Violations Bureau, exercising your right to an attorney can help minimize the penalties to your driver's license.

Time Is Of The Essence

In many cases, you have 15 days or less immediately after your traffic offense to request a hearing with the DMV. This deadline applies whether you choose to plead guilty or not guilty.

You may question whether taking the time to schedule and attend your hearing is worth it. However, without contesting your ticket or violation, you could face significant penalties to your license and driving record. Attorney Karen Friedman provides an aggressive defense to protect your rights and your privilege to drive.

Discuss Your Case With A Lawyer

After a traffic ticket or criminal offense, get an attorney on your side with the experience and reputation to vigorously defend you. Karen A. Friedman can fight for you both in administrative and criminal proceedings. Learn more about how she can assist by scheduling a free initial consultation at her Manhattan office. Call 212-213-2145 or send her an email.