Board Of Appeals Grants A Hardship License To Client After Just Three Weeks

Client contacted Attorney Gilman after receiving notification from the Registry of Motor Vehicles that his license was about to be suspended for four years as an Habitual Traffic Offender. The client over a five year period had accumulated a total of 12 minor traffic violations which generated the suspension. Client a full time engineer lived over […]

Criminal Charges Not Issued After Show Cause Hearing

A Lenox Police Officer responded to a single motor vehicle accident where he observed the operator had driven his vehicle up over the curbing in the road. The accident resulted in the front bumper being severally damaged. When the officer approached the operator, identified as the client he discovered that his license had expired over […]

Immediate Threat Suspension Terminated At Board Of Appeals

On December 31, 2015, officers from the Fitchburg Police Department were dispatched to a serious ATV accident involving children and the client. The client was thrown from the ATV and seriously injured. Fitchburg Police subsequently investigated and charged with OUI. At the time of the accident the client was operating on a hardship license due […]

Mandatory Minimum Jail Sentence Avoided

Mike* came to Gilman Law, P.C., after he was arrested and charged with Operating After Suspension for OUI. A conviction of Operating After Suspension for OUI in Massachusetts carries a mandatory minimum jail sentence of 60 days and an additional 1-year license suspension. In addition to the mandatory minimum jail sentence, Operating After Suspension for OUI charges cannot […]

Nurse And Mother Of Four Granted A Hardship License

We are thrilled to announce that on June 12, 2018, the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals voted to grant our client a Hardship License between 1:00 P.M. and 1:00 A.M. Our client’s license had already been suspended for 1,188 days for refusing the breathalyzer test. Our client is the mother of four daughters and is employed fulltime […]

Junior Operator Avoids License Suspension

On June 13, 2018, my client was found not responsible for speeding. The client was alleged to have been going 58 mph in a 35 mph zone. A responsible finding would have been devastating to not just the client but his family. Client is one of four boys to a divorced mother, who is enrolled […]

Use Of A Motor Vehicle Without Authority Case Dismissed!

I am excited to report that after just two court appearances a client with an extensive criminal record had the criminal offense of using a motor vehicle without authority dismissed. This case had extra significance because a conviction would have caused the client to loose his license for one year. Client was a rear seat […]

Six Month License Suspension Overturned

Jen* came to Gilman Law, P.C., after she was referred to the firm by another attorney. Jen had just received notice that her license was going to be suspended the following day for an indefinite period. Attorney Gilman immediately contacted the Massachusetts Enforcement Services Department and delayed the suspension for over one month. Years ago, Jen allowed her friend […]