What To Do If You Missed A Maryland MVA Hearing

If you request a Maryland MVA hearing, you are required to appear.  A lawyer can be helpful to your case, but cannot appear on your behalf.  Unfortunately, if you miss the hearing, the MVA will simply enroll the suspension, revocation, or any other action that they are seeking to take. 

Don’t panic, you may be able to fix the problem.  Let’s face, stuff happens.  Maybe you mixed up the dates, lost the notice, or had to go the hospital.  If you can show that there is “good cause” for the MVA to schedule another hearing, you wish will likely be granted.

The best way to attempt to get a hearing is to write a letter to:

Administrative Adjudication Division

6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.
Glen Burnie, MD 21062

Its best to be specific and detailed about why the MVA should grant your request.

Need help with a Maryland MVA hearing?  I’m an experiend MVA attorney and traffic ticket lawyer.  Call me at 301-563-9575 or 1-877-566-2408 BEFORE your hearing.  I have offices in both Silver Spring, Maryland and Greenbelt, Maryland and practice all over the State.