Hardship Granted on Under 21 OUI License Suspension

Client was charged and convicted of operating under the influence and lost his license for 210 days because he was under 21 at the time of the arrest. Following his conviction for OUI, he was charged twice with disorderly conduct and possession of alcohol under twenty-one years old. All of these issues were raised by the Registry of Motor Vehicles who subsequently suspended our client as an Immediate Threat. Client now 21 lives between Cape Cod and Central Massachusetts came to Gilman Law in dire need for the ability to drive.

Attorney Gilman decided to bypass the Registry of Motor Vehicles and filed immediately with the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals. Prior to attending the Board of Appeals Hearing, the Client completed the National Safety Councils' State Courts Against Road Rage and Alive at 25 Programs. At the Board of Appeals Hearing, Attorney Gilman spoke of the hardship that the license suspension had imposed. The client was not the "trouble maker" the Registry portrayed him to be. Rather, the client worked two jobs and was a rising junior at the state college here in the Commonwealth. After the Board deliberated, our 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.