Benjamin Goldman started his career in New Jersey and quickly obtained his license in New York in 2011. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office was founded shortly after in May 2011 in an effort to help clients fight traffic tickets, license suspension and revocation, and criminal charges stemming from traffic violations.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office has helped countless drivers:
- Clear their suspensions
- Resolve criminal charges
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’ve had your license suspended for a DWI offense, we can defend your case by poking holes in the proof against you. We may be able to get a reduction granted on your behalf.
A license can be suspended without the driver (you) knowing until an AUO charge. It is possible that you didn’t know of the suspension, and this may be able to be proven. A change of address or the notification from the DMV of the suspension sent to the wrong address may be grounds for an AUO reduction or elimination.
No. You’re not legally allowed to drive until your license is restored. We will review your case to determine the reason behind a suspension, and proceed. If you’ve been convicted of an AUO3, paying your tickets or fines is usually all that is needed to get your license restored.
Penalties for this misdemeanor include up to 30 days in jail, license suspension and a fine of up to $500 and no less than $250.
Penalties for an AUO of the second degree include up to 180 days in jail, loss of license and fines ranging from $500 - $1,000.
Considered a felony. An AUO of the first degree carries fines of $500 - $5,000, jail time of up to four years and possible license revocation.