How Do I Restore My Driver's License?

A common punishment for a DUI conviction can be driver's license suspension. With Michigan's implied consent law, you can even lose your license simply for refusing to take a chemical test to determine your blood alcohol content. Getting it back can be a tiresome, confusing process.

At McGivney Law Firm, PLLC, we understand the bureaucratic hurdles that you have to jump through just to get a license restoration hearing. We can guide you through the process and protect your legal rights to give you the best chance of getting back behind the wheel, allowing you to move on with your life.

Our attorneys have served clients throughout Livingston County for decades. To learn more about how they can help, call our office today at 810-229-2971 to schedule a free consultation.

We Understand the Law and Can Help You Navigate It

One of the worst negative effects of a driver's license suspension or revocation can mean the inability to drive yourself to work. Leaving yourself at the mercy of others or inefficient public transit can put your job at risk. That is why it is important to take immediate action to get your license back.

Depending on your conviction, you may qualify for a restricted driver's license that will allow you to drive to certain locations, like work. We can determine if you qualify and walk you through the steps.

Whether you are appealing a suspension as a result of a DUI conviction or a chemical test refusal, there are tight deadlines to abide by if you wish to petition the secretary of state's office for a hearing. Our lawyers can help you gather the necessary paperwork and even represent you in any hearings. With more than 50 years of combined experience in Michigan courts, we understand the process and how to best position you for a positive outcome.

Get the Detail-Oriented, Dedicated Representation You Need

Do not try to get your license back alone. A simple error can mean losing your license for months or even years, depending on the circumstances. We will look at the details of your case and help you determine the best way to proceed.

To learn more, we invite you to contact us online or call our Livingston County law firm today at 810-229-2971 to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.