When it comes to a 60 day license suspension for 7 surchargeable events, you are legally entitled to a hearing at a full service branch of the Registry of Motor Vehicles. The only issue which the Registry Hearings Officer will consider is the accuracy of your driving record. Hearings are Limited in instances where the above record may be in error.
The 7 surchargeable events hearing at the Registry is not the proper place to “re-litigate” to whether or not you were guilty of the 7 surchargeable events which triggered the suspension. The actual findings of any of the at fault accidents or moving violations must have been challenged in the appropriate court or Division of Insurance hearing. If you were found not responsible for any alleged surcharge events or accidents, you must present proof of that finding at the RMV. There is no requirement you attend a Registry hearing if you do not meet the above conditions.