When you are arrested, cited with a criminal offense, and unable to legally operate a vehicle in Massachusetts, everyday life is challenging.
What is a criminal charge suspension in Massachusetts?
In the state of Massachusetts, there are many criminal charges for which a conviction can result in a person’s driver’s license being suspended.
Initially, your license may be suspended at the request of law enforcement at the time of the incident by the Registry of Motor Vehicles as an Immediate Threat. If formal charges are filed against you, then your license will be suspended by the Registry until the case is concluded in court.