Lawyers with an Unparalleled Track Record of Success Winning Michigan Driver’s License Reinstatement for Clients at the Circuit Court and Driver’s License Appeal Division

Under Michigan law prior to August 15, 2016, if an appeal for Michigan driver’s license reinstatement was unsuccessful at the Drivers Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD) (formerly known as the Driver’s License Appeal Division (DLAD)), you could only appeal the decision of the hearing officer and claim the decision was not supported by the law or was an abuse of discretion. A new law in Michigan gives Circuit Court judges greater discretion to grant driving privileges to petitioners. Under the current law, the court may take additional testimony to add evidence to the record that was created at the Driver’s License Appeal Hearing. Additionally, a Circuit Court judge now has the power to grant full or restricted driving privileges. To have your driver’s license restored in Circuit Court, your case must be thoroughly prepared and persuasively presented. There is no room for error.

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Winning a Michigan Driver’s License Reinstatement Case is Possible

For an appeal in Circuit Court, the burden is on the individual seeking Michigan driver’s license reinstatement to rebut the presumption that he is a habitual offender by clear and convincing evidence, and he must establish that he is likely to adhere to any requirements imposed by the court. In other words, the court has to be satisfied by strong, credible evidence that the petitioner is not a danger to themselves or others. Although this may seem like an impossible burden, the lawyers at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C., have decades of experience handling and winning these appeals for Michigan driver’s license reinstatement.

Avoid Circuit Court by Winning at the DLAD

We have been winning appeals at the Drivers Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD) for decades, and we have a system that has proven to be reliable, effective, and successful. Despite the fact that most people lose appeals at the DAAD, this does not have to be the case for you! Unfortunately, many people take for granted that they can succeed on their own or with a bargain-priced lawyer. When these appeals are not successful, the petitioner either has to wait a year to try again or go through the appeal process in Circuit Court. The worst part of losing an appeal at the DAAD is that a record is made of bad facts and bad arguments that a good lawyer then has to overcome at a later hearing. Additionally, the appeal to Circuit Court can be expensive, and there is not a guarantee of success. The best way to handle these cases is to win the first time. The Michigan driver’s license reinstatement attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C., will do what it takes to win at the first possible hearing.

Let Us Help You Get Your License Reinstated in Michigan

The attorneys with LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. are highly respected by the Michigan Department of State hearing officers and Michigan judges. When we walk into a DAAD or court hearing, they know we are there to win and that we’ve done everything it takes to be successful. The secret to success at these hearings is to be prepared at the onset with the most highly persuasive and complete evidence that can be obtained. We will take the time to make sure every exhibit, letter, report, or evaluation has been checked, double-checked and verified for accuracy and consistency. Nothing can be left to chance. Other attorneys in Michigan who handle these cases rarely, if ever, take the time to make sure everything that can be done to win has been done.

If you want to win and have your driver’s license restored, you need the experience and expertise of a lawyer with a proven record of accomplishment.  Call LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. today at (248) 263-6800 for a free consultation or complete a Request for Assistance Form and an experienced lawyer who has successfully handled countless Michigan driver’s license reinstatement cases will promptly contact you.

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