How To Restore Your Driver’s License

The Michigan Secretary of State will automatically suspend or revoke your driver’s license if you are charged with specific traffic violations, including two or more charges of drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs.

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Convincing The Government That You Are A Safe Driver

Getting your license back after a DUI is not as easy as it seems. This administrative office is charged with keeping unsafe drivers off the road, and if you have been convicted of an OWI/DUI or another crime, you will need to prove that you are a safe driver in order to prevail on a Michigan license reinstatement.

The secretary of state will review certain criteria, including:

  • Whether you have satisfactorily completed a drug or alcohol evaluation and treatment program
  • If you have character reference letters that testify as to your sobriety and to the fact that you are acting responsibly in your life

It is important that you obtain letters from colleagues, friends, family members, community leaders and others that will be credible and will help the secretary of state see that you have changed and that you should have your privileges for driving restored. Not just any letter will do, either.

When you hire us, we will review these letters and coordinate all aspects of this administrative process so that it is consistent, compelling and puts you in a position to win the results you want. Clients who have retained our legal counsel to help them restore their driver’s privileges have experienced favorable results.

Defense Attorneys Who Will Fight For You

License restoration is a daunting and complex web of legal requirements, and success is dependent on knowing exactly what to do and how to do it. Leave the challenge to our lawyers. We will guide you through the process the right way, right away. Call our office at 269-216-4573 to arrange a free consultation. You can also contact us online.