There is no need to drive with a suspended or revoked license when we can help you get your driving privileges restored. We have a track record of success at the first DLAD hearing.
When a person is convicted of a drunk driving offense getting a restricted or suspended/revoked driving license is an expected penalty. A person with multiple drunk driving convictions (2 within 7 years or 3 within 10 years) will lose their driving privileges indefinitely. There is a possibility of getting restricted privileges through the Driver License Appeal Division but the process is complicated and nothing a person should attempt to do on their own.
- the alcohol and/or substance abuse problems, if any are under control and are likely to remain under control
- there is a low or minimal risk of again driving drunk and/or drugged, or repeating the abusive behavior
- person has the ability and motivation to drive safely and within the law
- met the minimum period of abstinence
There is documentation that needs to be collected and filed with the hearing request. It is a complicated process and your best chance of success is with the help of an attorney who has substantial experience with winning at the DLAD.
It Costs More to Hire a Bargain DLAD Lawyer and Lose
A person going into a DLAD hearing without an attorney, or an attorney who does not work in the DLAD frequently will almost always be unsuccessful at the first hearing. Even if the cost of hiring a great attorney is difficult financially, it is less than the cost of losing the first hearing and not being able to drive or having to hire a better attorney the second time. Doing a “cost vs. benefit analysis” would clearly show that hiring an effective DLAD attorney the first time is less expensive then hiring a bargain lawyer and losing. The cost of not driving for another year and having to go back again and again is too much for anyone to handle. A reasonable fee to hire a good attorney who has the best chance of winning at the first hearing is money well spent.
The attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. have decades of experience representing people at the Driver License Appeal Division. We understand the requirements and what the hearing officers are looking for, and expecting. In Michigan, public transportation is not easily accessible. The need to drive is paramount. In order to have the best chance of getting your driving privileges restored call LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. at (248) 263-6800 or complete a Request for Assistance Form and we will promptly contact you.
We have the expertise, experience and track record to win!