Few things are harder than getting around in Michigan without the ability to drive. Call (734) 453-7806 to get back on the road.

Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, is exceptional at restoring the privilege to drive to those that have been restricted, suspended, or revoked. We guide our clients through the confusing process and we are with them every step of the way.


Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, is the premier law firm for driver license restoration. Losing your ability to drive can feel confined, like you lost your freedom or even your life.

Our firm is concrete when it comes to restoring your ability to drive. Whether your license was revoked for multiple drinking and driving convictions, substance abuse convictions, or because you refused breath or blood testing during an arrest The Law Firm of Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, knows the law and we can get you back on the road.

If your license has been revoked for two or more drinking and driving offenses then you are classified as a habitual offender. Our firm knows how to prove otherwise to the Michigan Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division. We can regain your ability to get back behind the wheel and on the road.

Refusing a Breathalyzer could mean the loss of your ability to drive for an entire year. We represent clients at both the Michigan Secretary of State and on appeals to the circuit court for Implied Consent violations. Whatever your cases needs Aaron J. Boria, PLLC knows how to get it done.

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License Revoked for Two or More DUI or Substance Convictions

If your license has been revoked for two or more drinking and driving or specified substance abuse offenses within seven years then the Michigan Secretary of State has revoked your license. A revoked license means no driving whatsoever, not even for emergencies, and if you are caught driving you will be charged with a criminal offense and the date to obtain your license will be pushed out for at least an additional year.

The process for restoring your ability to drive is paper intensive and can be confusing and drawn out. A licensed evaluator must provide a substance abuse evaluation along with a lengthy application and letters of support must be completed. It is imperative that the documentation is completed perfectly.

Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, has the attention to detail that is required to successfully regain your privilege to drive. We are with our clients every step of the way. We provide a mock hearing and we appear with our clients at the hearing. Driver license restoration lawyer Aaron J. Boria has given countless drivers their life back by restoring their ability to drive.

License Restoration for Non-Michigan residents

If you were previously licensed in the state of Michigan and were then convicted of two or more drinking and driving offense within seven years then you will need to restore your license through the Michigan Secretary of State before you can get licensed in any other state.

We set our clients up for success from the start. Our office has successfully restored numerous out of state drivers their privilege to drive without ever having to step foot in Michigan.

Once the Michigan Secretary of State has restored your revoked driver license you will be able to obtain a license in your new state residence baring any other holds.

Refusing a Breathalyzer - Implied Consent Violation

Michigan law says that if you operate a motor vehicle on a road generally accessible to the public and have been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence then you have already consented to Michigan’s Implied Consent Law. Implied Consent Law requires you to submit to submit a chemical test upon a DUI arrest.

A violation of Michigan’s Implied Consent Law results in a one-year license suspension, and 6 points on your driving record. A second offense within seven years results in a two-year license suspension. Even if your underlying DUI is dismissed or you are found not guilty the implied consent penalties will stay in effect, which is why it is important to contact an implied consent lawyer immediately. You only have 14 days to request a hearing from the alleged refusal or you are forever bared.

At a hearing you will have an opportunity to challenge the alleged refusal on four specified legal grounds. At the hearing your lawyer will have an opportunity to cross-examine the arresting officer and present evidence. If you are successful your license will stay valid.

There is an exception to the Implied Consent Law, if you suffer with hemophilia, diabetes, or a condition requiring the use of an anticoagulant under the direction of a physician then you are NOT considered to have given consent to the withdrawal of blood and you have the legal right to deny a blood draw.

Breath Test Refusal Appeal – Hardship License

If it has been alleged that you refused a chemical test and this was your first refusal then you can appeal your driver license suspension to the circuit court in order to regain your driving privileges.

The circuit court has the ability to grant a restricted license based on a hardship in order to allow you to drive to work, school, court, medical treatment and other destinations allowed by law.

The process is fairly paper intensive and somewhat complicated but a great driver license lawyer like Aaron J. Boria should have no problem getting you into court for a hardship license. Our firm has been successful obtaining such licenses for our clients all over the state.

“My license was revoked for two driving on drugs offenses. I had appealed without an attorney before and lost. I went with Mr. Boria to the DAAD hearing and three weeks later I had an order for a license.” – “A” in Sterling Heights, MI