DAAD Hearing tips for getting your drivers license back

DAAD Hearing tips for getting your drivers license back

How did you get here? You are classified as a habitual offender for being convicted of two or more drinking and driving charges and your license has been revoked.

How can you get your license back? You need to go to a Michigan Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division hearings (DAAD).

Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, is getting more and more calls about appealing the results to the DAAD hearing.
Unfortunately, many petitioners don’t realize that they are allowed to bring an attorney with them to the Driver Assessment and Appeal Division hearing.

Where do people fail the DAAD hearing?
Hearing officers often refuse to grant licensing privileges because the petitioner fails to meet their burden.
The burden is described in the Michigan Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division administrative rules.

Why do most petitioners fail to meet their burden? They fail to meet their burden because they fail to prepare for the hearing. The hearings can be involved and it is important to present testimony that goes to the heart of the matter from both the petitioner and witnesses.

What can Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, do for you? We prepare our clients for the hearing. We make sure that your required documents are completed. We go to the hearing with you and help you present your case to the hearing officer.
Visit our web page for more information on the Driver Assessment and Appeal Division license hearing, or a DAAD appeal.

Aaron Boria - I am a motivated Michigan criminal defense lawyer located in Metro Detroit. Practicing law is my passion. Helping others is motivating and rewarding. Feel free to contact me anytime!

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