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Don't Take Chances At Your Suspension/Revocation Hearings

If you received a notice that your license is being suspended or revoked, the administrative hearing is your opportunity to keep your driving privileges. Regardless of why you need the hearing, do not waste your opportunity by appearing alone or hiring an attorney without sufficient experience to handle it effectively.

At Martin A. Kron & Associates, P.C., our lawyers can provide you with the representation you need to help you avoid a suspension or revocation of your driving privileges. Attorney Martin A. Kron is a former New York City traffic court judge. A keen understanding of what the judge is looking for when they conduct these types of hearings will be invaluable to your defense.

Having been a traffic court judge, Mr. Kron knows how to think like a judge. If you want to leverage this knowledge for your hearing, call our attorneys at 212-691-0175 or complete a form online for your consultation.

Why Might The DMV/MVC Summon You To A Hearing?

There are a variety of reasons why you may be summoned to appear before the New York Department of Motor Vehicles or the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission for a hearing, including:

  • Persistent violation ( accumulation of too many points)
  • High speed
  • False statement on a driver's license application
  • Involvement in a fatal accident
  • Driving while license is suspended or revoked
  • Failure to submit to a breath test
  • Repair shop violations

Persistent Violator Hearing Defense

If you are facing the suspension or revocation of your driver's license for the accumulation of excessive points on your license, the DMV/MVC may schedule a persistent violator hearing. At such a hearing, we would have the opportunity to offer a solid defense of your driving privileges that is grounded in our knowledge of and familiarity with the agency's inner workings.

Contact Us For Sound Advice, Strong Representation And A Consultation

We believe that you deserve to understand your situation and your options for resolution without incurring additional fees. We encourage you to call us at 212-691-0175 or send us your information online to schedule your consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept all major credit cards in order to better accommodate our clients' needs.