Carroll County Driving While Suspended MVA Error
Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
August 27, 2015
As a former Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney, I understand a Carroll County driving while suspended case can create massive problems. Now that I’m Westminster Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney, I get to help people defend and save their privilege to drive.
In order to be found guilty of driving while suspended, the State’s Attorney’s Office has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a person established a privilege to drive, it was suspended and the person had knowledge of the suspension.
Sometimes, the MVA will make a clerical error and suspended a person’s driver’s license without them knowing.
My client was adamant that his license was not suspended. So, I requested a certified copy of his Maryland driving record. It turns out that the MVA made a clerical error and suspended my client’s license.
A MVA clerical error suspended my client’s license causing him to be issued a citation. My client had to hire an attorney and take a day off work to come to court. Finally, my client had to prove his innocence to the prosecutor!
Luckily, the Carroll County State’s Office is a great organization with friendly, but tough, prosecutors. My Carroll County driving while suspended client was so happy that I was able to prove to the prosecutor that his license should not have been suspended.
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If you have been charged with a Traffic Ticket and believe the MVA made a clerical error, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers.
Maryland Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Baltimore City prosecutor. The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is located in Carroll County and handles the following matters throughout Maryland: criminal defense, driving under the influence defense, juvenile defense, peace orders, personal injury, and small claims litigation. Call 443/538-8717 to speak directly to Attorney Ross W. Albers.