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Refused a Breathalyzer? Get your Driver license back!

If you were arrested for drinking and driving the law says that you must take a breath test. The law says that if you refuse that breath test then you will lose your driving privileges for a year. That’s right, no driving whatsoever for an entire year. You cannot drive to work, you cannot drive to school, you cannot drive to court, and you cannot drive to the doctors. The law does not care if you could lose everything.

There is hope, you need to call Michigan criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria to get your driving privileges back (734) 453-7806.

There are two solutions. We can challenge the refusal on the grounds that you either did not refuse or that your refusal was proper under the circumstances.

The other way to get your license back is a hardship appeal to the circuit court.

Hardship Driver License

A hardship driver license allows you to drive to work and work related requirements, school and school related requirements, court and court related requirements, as well as medical and medical related requirements for the year that your license would have been suspended. One of the beautiful things about a hardship license is that it can be granted even if your refusal was improper.

The requirement to get a hardship license is that this is your first refusal and that if you are not granted a license you will suffer a hardship. (You also cannot hull hazardous materials)

Criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has successfully won every hardship license petition he has argued for. So, if it is important that you get back on the road then you already know that you need to call Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.

For more information about a hardship license, implied consent refusal, and other types of drivers license restoration in Michigan click here.