Full Driver License Reinstated After 7 DUI
The Michigan Secretary of State is in charge of issuing licenses as well as restricting, suspending, and revoking them. If you have been convicted of two or more drinking and driving offenses within 7 years then the Secretary of State will revoke your license. In order to get your license back you must attend an in person hearing if you live in the state and must apply for an administrative review if you have left the state and do not intend to come back.
A Michigan Secretary of State lawyer knows the laws and the rules of the Michigan Secretary of State Driver License Division. Call driver license lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.
Michigan Secretary of State Driver License Appeal
The burden is on you to demonstrate by clear and convincing evidence that you have not drank alcohol for a minimum of a year and will never drink again. It isn’t enough to not drink and driving again, the burden is to never drink again. The process is intense and requires an eye for detail. You are required to provide an up to date substance abuse evaluation, drug screen, and at least three letters of support. As you can imagine, all of these have very specific legal requirements. For instance, a letter from your friend stating, “Sally is a great person and needs her license back to get a job” will not cut it.
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Full License reinstated after 7 Drinking and Drivings
Our client had been convicted of seven drinking and driving offenses across three states. The earliest conviction was in 1987 and the latest in 1994. Since 1994 he had not had a sip of alcohol. In the early 2000’s he tried to apply for a license without a driver license lawyer and was denied. He hired Michigan Secretary of State lawyer, Aaron J. Boria and a full license was reinstated.
If your license has been revoked for drinking and driving call our office today for a free consultation (734) 453-7806.