ANN ARBOR, Mich.
- Jan. 5, 2021
-- When a person loses his or her license due to repeat drunk driving offenses, he or she is legally presumed to be an "habitual offender" with a substance abuse problem. So, when he or she seeks to restore his or her driving privileges, they must appear before a Secretary of State Administrative Law Judge. However, to even get a hearing, he or she must demonstrate long-term abstinence from alcohol and controlled substances, and must prove that he or she is at a low risk for relapse. These are but some of the minimum requirements for license restoration under Michigan Administrative Rule 13. What's not a minimum requirement?
AA attendance. Learn more here (https://www.milicenselawyer.com/learn/more/aa-attendance-drivers-license-restoration-michigan)
For the last 20 years, Attorney Daniel T. Geherin, owner of MiLicenseLawyer.com, has dedicated his career to helping put drivers back on the road after a license revocation. Dan is recognized as a license appeals specialist in Ann Arbor and throughout Michigan. His firm has nearly a 98% success rate in winning license appeals over the past two decades. In the last 10 years alone, he has helped put over 300 hundred clients back on the road lawfully.
For all license appeal cases in Michigan, please contact Daniel T. Geherin and his team at MiLicenseAttorney.com. They're available 24/7. They know the process inside and out, and we'll fight aggressively to restore your license. (734) 263-2780