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Junior Operator

Since 2006, Massachusetts has enhanced penalties for for speeding generally, and particularly for junior operators who get any type of traffic citation. A junior operator in Massachusetts has a Class M license from age 16.5 until age 18. The new … Continue reading

Negligent Operation Charges

Being charged with negligent operation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a serious problem. This charge is a misdemeanor, and if convicted, you will have a criminal charge on your record. A charge such as negligent operation is worse than … Continue reading

Operating to Endanger Charges

Operating to endanger in Massachusetts is serious offense. Under the law of the Commonwealth, operating to endanger is defined by three elements: Operating a motor vehicle On a public road or freeway While driving in such a way that it … Continue reading

Hardship Driver’s License

If you have several speeding tickets in a limited period of time, such as three in any 12-month period, your driver’s license will be suspended for at least 30 days. An experienced speeding ticket attorney can help you to get … Continue reading

License Reinstatement

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, your driver’s license can be suspended for a variety of major or minor traffic violations (civil), or for more serious offenses (criminal). Below are some of the reasons for why your license can be suspended, … Continue reading

Speeding Ticket Violations

Receiving a speeding ticket in Massachusetts is a costly proposition. If you do get a citation for speeding in the Commonwealth, there are a few things that you should know. First of all, many people do not realize that if … Continue reading

Uniform Citation Charges

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all traffic citations that are given to citizens are termed ‘uniform citations.’ This refers to the fact that all traffic citations are provided to the individual on one, standard traffic citation document. The purpose of … Continue reading

Civil Citation Charges

About Civil Citations A civil citation in the state of Massachusetts is a non-criminal offense, that includes such infractions as speeding. Other civil citations involving motor vehicles include driving an unregistered vehicle, or driving with an expired inspection sticker. The … Continue reading

License Suspension

The Registrar of Motor Vehicles may suspend/revoke your driver’s license under Massachusetts law, or where the Registrar believes that you are a threat to the safety of the public. Some violations will mandate that your driver’s license be suspended or … Continue reading