MICHIGAN LICENSE RESTORATION
If you have lost your Michigan Driver's License and need to obtain a restricted license or restore full driving privileges, contact us immediately. The procedures needed are complex and must be strictly adhered to otherwise your attempts can lead to delays, loss of time, expense and stress.
Most of the time, your only avenue is at the Michigan Secretary of State through their Driver's License Appeal Division. Sometimes, you can bypass this and appeal to the Circuit Court Judge. Depending on the facts and circumstances of your matter, you may be eligible to petition to restore your driving privileges.Time is not always on your side and so getting started sooner than later is in your best interest.
It's not always possible to get your license back. That's why you should consult a good Michigan Driver's License Restoration Lawyer who can evaluate your driving record and your circumstances in order determine whether you are eligible to have your driving privileges restored.
Contact our Farmington Hills office to discuss your matter with a knowledgeable license restoration attorney.
What's the Difference Between Suspension and Revocation
When your license is suspended, it has been taken away for a certain amount of time and then can be reinstated. In contrast, revocation means that your license is taken away indefinitely but may be eligible after some time to get it back. getting it back is the hard part. You will have to dot your i's and cross your t's and with the help of a good driver's license MI lawyer, it can be done.
A person whose license has been revoked must wait one year before applying to have his or her driver's license restored. The basic issue considered in a DLAD hearing is whether you are now a safe driver. How your lawyer prepares and presents evidence is key to a successful restoration of your Michigan drivers license. We will assemble a package that can include testimony from substance abuse evaluators (experts) as required by the Secretary of State and other pertinent information.We will help you through the paperwork and filings with the DLAD and when necessary, through the Circuit Court.
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And Get You Back On The Road
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