Whether you have lost your license due to drunk driving, DUI, drug charges or just too many tickets, you need a license restoration attorney that specializes in getting your license back quickly. Losing your driver’s license can be devastating. We use our licenses to drive to work, run errands or as personal identification. Call attorney Murray A. Duncan, Jr. P.C. to have your license restored.
In Michigan, you may need license restoration representation if your license has been revoked or suspended. The first time your license is revoked you can reapply for a new license after one year. A suspended license can typically be reinstated after a shorter period of time and payment of the appropriate fees to the Secretary of State.
Driver License Restoration
If you have lost your driver license in Michigan as a result of multiple drunk driving convictions and you are ready to seek licensure from the Michigan Driver License Appeal Division (DAAD), you are ready for legal advice or representation from a drivers license restoration attorney. If you think you can attend this hearing without an attorney who specializes in driver license restoration law, you are doing yourself a disservice. Why? If you lose at the driver license appeal hearing, you may not be able to reapply for a driver’s license for at least 6 months to 1 year after the hearing. This is a long time to wait.
Don't wait until it is too late! Call license restoration attorney Murray A. Duncan Jr. to assist you in restoring your Michigan driver license privileges or to obtain a Michigan clearance in order for you to obtain licensure in your new home state. Whether your license has been suspended or revoked, our experienced license restoration attorney can help you.
How can you get your driver’s license back in your home state when the State of Michigan refuses to grant a clearance because of prior drunk driving convictions in Michigan? If the state of Michigan will not grant you a clearance, you may lose driver license privileges in your home state. You may have had a driver license; however, upon renewal, you may find that the state of Michigan is preventing you from renewing your driver license because of a hold on your license. You will need a Michigan clearance before your state will grant licensure. If you have applied for this clearance and have been denied, you may not reapply for 6 months or even 1 year from the date of the DAAD decision. However, you are entitled to a Circuit Court appeal of this decision.
If you attempt to secure a Michigan clearance and fail, contact a license restoration attorney from Murray Duncan Law to discuss a Michigan Circuit Court driver license appeal. If you have a driver license problem in Michigan or another state because of Michigan, call us today at (734)-941-5025.
Through license restoration, you may be granted a restricted license for travel to and from work during specified hours. If your license was revoked, the task of obtaining a restricted license is much more difficult. The court issues restricted licenses on a case-by-case basis.
Contact license restoration attorney Murray A. Duncan Jr. immediately if your driver’s license has ben revoked or suspended. You initial phone consultation is always free so call our office today at 734.941.5025.