Have your driving privileges or your driver’s license in your home state been suspended or revoked because of an outstanding warrant in a Massachusetts Court or because you are under suspension or revocation in Massachusetts?
As the result of an interstate compact among all the states a computerized data base off all drivers (in all 50 states) whose license or right to operate a vehicle has been suspended or revoked was created. That data base is called the National Driver Register (NDR for short).
If your driving privileges in Massachusetts are suspended or revoked, that information is transmitted to the National Driver Register and your home state will be notified. Your home state will then suspend your license or your driving privileges until you get your driving privileges reinstated in Massachusetts.
Typically your driving privileges in Massachusetts will be suspended or revoked because you have an outstanding warrant in a Massachusetts Court.
Attorney Lewin has a remarkable record of clearing these old warrants and getting the client’s driving privileges reinstated without the client having to come to Massachusetts.
Some examples of cases from the last few months where Attorney Lewin has been successful in getting licenses restored without the client having to come to Massachusetts are as follows:
A North Carolina resident, age 40, was suspended in his home state because he had multiple DWI convictions in North Carolina. When he served out his suspensions in North Carolina and went to get his North Carolina license reinstated he was refused because he had an outstanding suspension in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts suspension resulted from two outstanding default warrants that the client had in two criminal motor vehicle cases in Lowell District Court. Attorney Lewin got the warrants cancelled and the cases favorably terminated in Lowell District Court – without the client having to come to Massachusetts. Attorney Lewin then went to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles and – without the client having to come to Massachusetts – got the client’s suspension in Massachusetts cancelled and got the client’s driving privileges reinstated. The client was thrilled.
A Texas resident, age 35, had his driving privileges in Texas suspended because he had an outstanding suspension in Massachusetts due to a court default in Massachusetts. The client retained Attorney Lewin on a Thursday; on Friday Attorney Lewin had the court default removed, had the court warrant cancelled, and successfully negotiated a dismissal of the criminal case. On Monday Attorney Lewin went to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles and had the client’s driving privileges reinstated. The client was extremely pleased.