Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Hearings


If you get arrested for a DUI, there can be severe consequences for your drivers' license. We have immense experience handling MVA hearings, we know the Administrative Law Judges (ALJ's), and will fight hard to help you keep your license. Call or email today to discuss your options. You must request a hearing within 30 days of your arrest, breath test or refusal. If you request a hearing within 10 days (and in most cases up to 30 days), you will automatically receive an extended temporary license that will allow you to drive unrestricted while your MVA Hearing is pending.

GLS (Provisional License) Violations

If you receive any citations while holding a provisional license, it's very important that you be found not guilty. If that's not possible, or it's too late, we can help you keep your license. You are required to complete Driver Improvement Program (DIP) if you receive one violation. Beyond that, the MVA will suspend your license unless you request a hearing. There are very short deadlines to get a hearing, so don't delay!


If you receive 8 points within a 2 year period, the MVA will suspend your license unless you request a hearing. If you get 12 points, you'll be revoked. It's vital to request that hearing. We have years of experience convincing ALJ's to allow our clients to keep their license.