Helping You Get Your Driver’s License Back
In Michigan, more and more traffic offenses are resulting in a suspended license. Many people are facing the possibility of having no driver’s license in a very car-friendly state. It may simply not be realistic to rely on public transportation or the kindness of your friends and family to help you get around.
The Cadillac Law Office of Mark R. Mitchell, P.C., will offer you straightforward advice as you work together toward solutions in your driver’s license restoration concerns. Whether you have a suspended license because of a breath test refusal or a revoked license after multiple DUIs/DWIs, we will handle all secretary of state hearings and the criminal defense.
To speak with Cadillac driver’s license restoration Attorney Mark R. Mitchell, please call 231-775-7300. You can also send us an email.
Understand The Charges
In Michigan, there are several types of drunk driving charges. These include: driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), operating while impaired (OWI), operating while visibly impaired (OWVI) and operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor (OUIL).
Taking Swift Action To Restore Your License
There is a very limited time for you to request a hearing to get your license back – as little as 14 days in the case of a chemical test refusal. You should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options. We have more than 25 years of experience helping people get their licenses back in a variety of circumstances, including:
- Breathalyzer or chemical test refusal: Refusing a Breathalyzer or chemical test will lead to license revocation. However, we can help you file a hardship appeal to have your driving privileges reinstated immediately.
- Moving violations: If your license is revoked for a moving violation, such as driving with a suspended license, your record may state that you have to wait a certain amount of time before filing your appeal. An experienced attorney may be able to help you reduce or bypass this waiting period completely, so you can schedule your hearing as soon as possible.
- Multiple DUI, DWI, OUIL and OUI: You will have to wait the full length of time before your hearing after multiple violations involving alcohol or drugs. At the hearing, you will have to demonstrate that you have taken part in counseling and treatment, as well as taken necessary steps to lower the risks of a repeat offense. We will be with you every step of the way.
Contact An Experienced Michigan Traffic Violations Attorney
If you think you may lose your license, do not hesitate to speak with a lawyer. We will do all we can to help you keep your license and keep your record clean. To arrange a consultation, call 231-775-7300. You can also send us an email.