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Gaithersburg Serious Traffic Violations and MVA Hearings Lawyer

Gaithersburg and Frederick Traffic Violations Attorney

The law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., regularly represents clients for excessive speeding, reckless driving, fleeing and eluding, and other serious motor vehicle violations that can lead to sanctions and/or the loss of driving privileges by the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) due to accumulations of points. With over 32 years of experience, Richard L. Healy, Esquire, will work hard to protect your driving privileges.

Since the ability to maintain one's license is crucial to earning a livelihood, Richard L. Healy is frequently called upon by clients to provide them with representation in court and at MVA administrative hearings. He assists clients by working hard to minimize the number of points a client receives on his or her MVA record and/or by assisting clients in obtaining a restricted license for work purposes.

Mr. Healy also works to have the licenses of clients who have had their licenses revoked and/or suspended reinstated and will, on an ad hoc basis, represent clients at Medical Advisory Board (MAB) Hearings to protect clients' rights.

Serious traffic offenses, including those that may lead to license suspension, fines or even incarceration, may include reckless driving, driving without a license, driving on a suspended or revoked license, hit-and-run cases, driving without insurance, and fleeing and eluding police officers as well as DUI/DWI offenses, among others.

Gaithersburg and Frederick MVA Hearing Attorney

Even getting a traffic ticket can be stressful and may lead to points on your driving record. If you receive too many points, you may find yourself being summoned to a MVA hearing to show cause as to why the MVA should not suspend or revoke your license. Moreover, certain moving violations in Maryland like DWI/DUI offenses may have serious administrative penalties that could result in the loss of one's driving privileges for significant periods of time. Therefore, it is imperative to have a skilled and experienced attorney who can advocate on your behalf at the MVA hearing and help you retain your driving privileges so that you are able to continue to go to work, attend school and, in some cases, receive the medical treatment that you are in need of receiving.

The law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., has been handling MVA administrative hearing cases involving underage drinking, accumulation of points, and hearings related to DWI/DUI offenses and other matters for over 32 years. Richard L. Healy is committed to providing each client with personal attention and helping him or her present their case in the best possible light so as to maximize their ability to maintain their driving privileges in the state of Maryland. Even when a suspension or revocation is called for, the law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., is ready to assist you in making sure that it is of the shortest duration possible under the facts of your case. Frequently, although not always, the length of one's suspension may be modified to a restricted license or the suspension may be modified to something less than what the MVA is seeking.

A Serious Traffic Offense May Have Serious Consequences

The law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., can help you understand your options.  Schedule a free, initial consultation by calling the law offices of Richard L. Healy, P.C. in Gaithersburg at 301-990-6100 or in Frederick at 301-663-8470.

The law firm of Richard L. Healy, P.C., has offices in Gaithersburg and Frederick, Maryland. Richard L. Healy, P.C., provides legal representation to clients throughout the entire state of Maryland with an emphasis on Gaithersburg, Germantown, Rockville, Montgomery Village, Silver Spring, College Park, Frederick, Damascus, Boyds, Clarksburg, Hyattstown, Hyattsville, Olney, Wheaton, Potomac, Darnestown, North Potomac, Urbana, Chevy Chase, Bethesda, Hagerstown, Derwood, Walkersville, Middletown, Mount Airy, Adamstown, Takoma Park, Burtonsville, Sandy Springs, Thurmont, College Park and Westminster, as well as other locations within Montgomery, Prince George's, Frederick and Washington Counties.

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