Attorney Daniel J. Larin is focused on achieving positive results, even if you have been convicted of a DUI.
Most driver license restoration cases are winnable.I often hear from clients that they have been told that "you always lose the first time," this is not true. With proper preparation and attention to detail most petitioners will be successful if they are no longer drinking.People often believe that they must attend AA or they will be denied. Once again this is not true.Although attending AA is a positive and may help in the restoration process it is not required and in most cases if a person has maintained a term of sobriety without AA, it becomes a non-issue. - Daniel J. Larin
If your driver's license has been revoked, suspended, or denied, you may be eligible to appeal to the Michigan Secretary of State's Administrative Hearing Section, the Driver License Appeal Division or DLAD, or to the Circuit Court for full or restricted driving privileges.
If your driver's license has been suspended or revoked for any of the following, you may be eligible to appeal for driving privileges:
Contact our Birmingham DUI defense attorney to learn how he can help you make a successful appeal for a driver's license.
If you have violated your restricted license or had a problem with your interlock and have received an "Order of Reinstatement" you must address it within 14 days.
Violations can include:
A Driver License Restoration hearing at the Michigan Secretary of State's (SOS) Administrative Hearing Section can be very complicated. A single misstep can cost both time and money. If an appeal is not successful, the petitioner must wait at least an additional year before the next hearing.
Hearing officers are lawyers and they expect that the petitioner and his or her lawyer knows the law and the rules that govern the restoration process. 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 has successfully represented hundreds of clients in hearings to restore their driving privileges. We personally represent you in creating a comprehensive packet of evidence that can be the difference between getting back on the road or waiting another year.
Call 248.237.6701 to discuss your rights and options during a free one-hour consultation. You may be eligible for a full license restoration.