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Unfortunately the facts of this drinking and driving case are one that many people find themselves in. Our client was arrested in Livonia for drinking and driving. After his arrest, when it came time to submit to the chemical test

The five star review posted above came in this morning for a driver license hardship appeal we held for a client this past week. To date, driver license lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has won every single hardship appeal he has

Our client’s license was suspended for an entire year after he was arrested for drinking and driving and refused to submit to a Breathalyzer under Michigan’s Implied Consent Law. This meant that he would not be allowed to drive at all

Our client was arrested by the Livonia Police Department on suspicion of drinking and driving. The officer claimed that he arrested our client because he smelt like alcohol and admitted to drinking. The client did refuse the preliminary breath test