If You Have Been Denied Driving Privileges or Your Driver’s License Has Been Suspended, You may Be Able to Get a License Restoration.
There are many reasons why a Michigan driver may have his or her license suspended or revoked. One of the most common reasons is multiple drunk driving convictions. If you have had your license suspended in the past, you know how difficult it is to work or live in Michigan without a car. You most likely found it difficult or impossible to get to work or to find a job. You might also have experienced trouble getting yourself to doctor appointments and shopping for the food and other things you need to survive. If you are without your driver’s license, there are some steps you can take to have your license restored. A qualified Novi attorney can assist you in getting your driving privileges restored. Let John Little help you with your case. Michigan attorney John Little has years of experience assisting clients with license restoration, and is prepared to work on your case today.
Restoring Your License
To restore driving privileges in Michigan, you must follow a specific procedure as laid out by the Secretary of State, SOS. A hearing with the SOS must be requested in writing. The hearing will take place no sooner than 20 days after the request. If, after the hearing, your driving privileges are not restored, you have the option to appeal the decision in circuit court.
It is extremely helpful to seek assistance from knowledgeable Southfield attorney John Little before requesting or attending any license restoration hearings. Attorney John Little will review your specific situation and put together the case that will have the highest likelihood of success. Additionally, you may be able to present evidence that you have a hardship that requires you to drive. For example, if you have a full-time job with no other way to get to and from work, this will be presented in court.
How a Southfield License Restoration Attorney Can Help
Livonia lawyer John Little can assist you in restoring your driver’s license. He understands the current laws and will examine the facts in your situation. There are many factors that can be taken into consideration when restoring a Michigan driver’s license. For example, when appealing a revocation due to multiple substance abuse convictions, it is necessary to provide documentation that substantiates sobriety. The appeal must be properly prepared and the supporting records must be available in order for the appeal to have a chance of success.
The Law Office of John Little, PLLC Gets Results
A recent case involved a client whose driver’s license had been revoked due to multiple OWIs. The client appeared at the Secretary of State without any legal representation and was denied driving privileges. Then, the client retained the Law Office of John Little, PLLC to handle the case.
We appealed the case in circuit court and won, even though other attorneys had told the client that the situation was hopeless. Far from impossible, the appeal was deemed justified and the client’s driving privileges were restored. We get results even in the most difficult cases. If your driver’s license has been revoked or suspended, you probably have many questions and concerns and want to get your license back as soon as possible. Contact the Law Office of John Little, PLLC at (248) 865-3455 or contact us online for a consultation with an experienced license restoration attorney.