My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: Massachusetts
Today, June 18th, I went to the RMV to take the permit test again in order to obtain my Learner's permit. When I got to the clerk, she tells me that I can not take my permit test because I was "caught cheating" on my last attempt back in April 30th. Therefore, I'm in a 60 day suspension and I have to pay a 100 dollar fee in order to take my permit test. Now here's the twist, I did NOT cheat. The supervisor (who was very rude) denyed me a copy of the file they had in their hands that stated I was "caught cheating" and they also denyed showing me any proof. They said that I should just simply wait my 60 day suspension and pay the 100 dollar fee. I reject because that is a false statement, and if I do wait my sixty days and pay the fee, that shows that I'm accepting that I was at fault. On April 30th I was not notified that someone suspected that I was cheating (I was the only one in the testing room because it was close to closing time and my mother even took my purse before I went in) and I read that it's a requierment for the RMV to send a notice for any type of suspension to the address that is on record. I did NOT recieve a notice of any sort. I could have gone to a hearings officer but it had to be done within 30 days. Like I said I was not aware of such an accuse. What can I do?