If I receive an MVA Hearing Notice, do I need a lawyer at the hearing or can I represent myself?
MVA Hearings are conducted by Administrative Law Judges employed by the Office of Administrative Hearings, a State Agency. There will be no one prosecuting the case and witnesses are rarely required or present. Usually, the case against you is presented on paper. But this does not mean that your case is indefensible or hopeless. We can help you fight the administrative charges and very often help you avoid revocation or suspension of your license.Search FAQ Library