Board of Appeals voted 3-0 to issue Habitual Traffic Offender a Hardship License

In this case my client who resided in Western Massachusetts was suspended as a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO). The client had served already two years of the four year suspension without any difficulty. Attorney Gilman brought the client to the Board of Appeals where he spoke of the hardship that the license suspension had imposed. The client had become gainfully employed, had four children and completed all the necessary driver retraining programs. In this case, my client was now working well over 40 hours a week as the General Manager of a restaurant located over seven miles from his house. After the Board deliberated, my client was granted a hardship license!

These results are not unique to just this client. If your license is suspended or you are facing a license suspension, do not fight it alone. Contact Attorney Gilman today.