Michigan Driver’s License Restoration Attorneys

We Can Help You Get Back on the Road

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Most adults take the ability to drive for granted.  If your license has been suspended or revoked, you know what a major impact not being able to drive can have on your daily life.

Our license restoration attorneys at Grewal Law are ready to help you get back on the road.

From representing you at appeal hearings to helping you deal with charges related to driving with a suspended license, we are here to help.

Contact us for free quote to help you get your license back at 800-331-9871 or 517-393-3000.

We Can Get You Back on the Road

Michigan Driver’s License Appeal Hearing Overview

The appeal process for getting your license back in Michigan can take a long time.  While representing you, we will help you build a defense before attending your license appeal hearing.  We will build a defense for you case whether or not your license was lost from a drunk driving or drug conviction, DWLS conviction (Driving While License Suspended) or for any other reasons we are your expert license restoration legal team.  Do not delay in building your case, call us today.


Common Mistakes Made in Driver’s License Restoration

When working to get back on the road, there are common mistakes made in the license restoration process.  These including failing to plan for all the documentation needed when going through the appeal or hearing process.

In addition, some individuals do not complete all the required treatment plans outlined by the Secretary of State’s office.  These requirements include having a valid Substance Abuse Evaluation, completed by a licensed professional, who will provide a copy of the form documenting your progress to the court. While working as your legal counsel, we will make sure you avoid these mistakes and work to help you become successful in your appeal to get you behind the wheel again.


Driving on a Suspended License Defense

Under the Michigan Driver Responsibility Law if you are caught driving with a suspended license, you could face harsh penalties.  As a person facing charges such as a DWLS (driving while license is suspended) or a DWLR (driving while license is suspended revoked), you may face a long delay in the restoration of your license.  While serving as your Lansing criminal defense attorney we will help you navigate the system while building a defense for driving on a suspended license to get you back on the road sooner.


Preparing for Your DAAD/DLAD Hearing

Through the Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD) formerly known as a DLAD (Driver Assessment and License Appeal Office) you will have a hearing scheduled.  Based on the circumstances around your case, you will be required to show evidence as to why you should be back on the road.

If you have any alcohol or drug-related charges such as a DUI (driving under the influence) or an OWI (operating while intoxicated) you must show you have abstained from these substances.  Evidence provided in the case must include an overview of your Treatment and Relapse History showing you no longer pose a threat when behind the wheel.


Revoked and Suspended Driver’s License Reinstatement

A Michigan driver’s license may be revoked or suspended for a wide array of reasons.  Many charges require a set period of time before your license can be reinstated.  Our team at Grewal Law will get back on track by helping you through the entire appeal process.  Contact us today for help with your revoked or suspended driver’s license.


Out of State Driver’s License Restoration

If you do not reside in Michigan, but had your license revoked or suspended here you will not be able to get a new license in a different state.  Anyone not living in the state is able to obtain an administrative review of his or her case by mail.

You will then have the chance to return to Michigan for a hearing or submit the documentation for your case by mail.  We will act as your representatives in the state and will ensure you have all the documentation required to avoid delays in the license restoration process.


Implied Consent

If you are caught driving under the influence of alcohol you are required to submit to a bodily alcohol content (BAC) test.  The Michigan Implied Consent Law states all drivers are considered to have given consent to the test by being out on public roads.  If you have refused the test and are facing points or a suspended license, contact us today.

We can help you handle the process to get you back on the road.


Get Back on the Road Today

Take control of your life today by getting your license restored.  Call Grewal Law to help with your case related to driver’s license restoration in Lansing, East Lansing, and Okemos.

We will walk you through the process to get you driving again. Call us for a free and confidential quote at 517-393-3000 or 800-331-9871.

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