Operating a Motor Vehicle After Suspension or Revocation of License

In order to someone of this offense, the Commonwealth must prove three things beyond a reasonable doubt:

  1. That the defendant operated a motor vehicle;
  2. That at the time the defendant was operating a motor vehicle his/her (driver’s license) (right to drive in Massachusetts) had been (suspended) (revoked); and
  3. That the defendant – or an agent of the defendant, such as a household member or employer – had received notice that his/her (driver’s license) (right to drive in Massachusetts) had been or was about to be (suspended) (revoked).

 

If You Have Been Charged With Operation on a Suspended or Revoked License

If you have been charged with Operation on a Suspended or Revoked License, call McCormack Law today to begin preparing your defenses.

 

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