One of the reasons that the Registry of Motor Vehicles may suspend or revoke your license has nothing do to with driving a car. Your license can be revoked for a 94C drug offense. The good news is that you will be eligible for a Hardship License after you have completed half of the revocation period.
DRUG OFFENSE HARDSHIP CRITERIA:
As with all hardship licenses, they are issued at the discretion of the Registry of Motor Vehicles. In order to have the Registry of Motor Vehicles consider your hardship request, you must meet the following requirements:
- No evidence of operating a vehicle since the date the revocation was effective.
- You may not have any prior or subsequent 94C drug offenses.
- You must have completed 50% of the revocation period at a MINIMUM.
- All other revocation periods are complete.
- You have documented proof of completion of the proper drug treatment program.
- You must have proof of clean urine screens.
- You must be in compliance with probation.
- You must have a documented hardship.
- You may be required to install an Ignition Interlock Device if you have completed an OUI revocation period during the period of your 94C revocation.
- You may be required to install an Ignition Interlock Device if you have two or more OUI’s on your record.
- You may be required to install an Ignition Interlock Device if you have completed an OUI revocation but your license was never reinstated and you have two or more OUI’s on your record.
You have the right to have an attorney represent you at all Registry Hearings and all hearings before the Registry of Motor Vehicles Board of Appeals. Call 866-981-7888 or email me at email@example.com to schedule a consultation. Phone lines are open 24 hours a day!