Michigan Driver License Restoration
A Driver License Restoration hearing at the Michigan Secretary of State's (SOS) Administrative Hearing Section (formerly known as the Driver Assessment and Appeals Division (DAAD or DLAD)) can be very complicated. A single misstep can cost both time and money. If a Driver License Restoration appeal is not successful the petitioner must wait at least an additional year before the next hearing. The Michigan Secretary of State's hearing officers are lawyers and they expect that the petitioner and his or her lawyer knows the law and the rules that govern the Drivers License Restoration process. The hearing officers are required to hold a petitioner to a high legal standard and will not grant a driver's license if the case is not proved through competent evidence. It is important to have an experienced attorney to guide you through this process. Daniel Larin and has represented hundreds of driver license restoration clients before the DAAD, in Circuit Court and at Secretary of State's Driver Assessment hearings and has been able to successfully have their driving privileges restored.
If you have received an Order of Reinstatement you must address it quickly. Contact Daniel Larin to discuss your options. Driving privileges can often be restored.
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