If you think you can attend this hearing without an attorney who specializes in driver license restoration law, you are doing yourself a disservice. Why? If you lose at the driver license appeal hearing, you may not be able to reapply for a driver’s license for up to 1 year after the hearing. This is a long time to wait. Don't wait until it is too late!
Call ManningLaw to assist you in restoring your Michigan driver license privileges or to obtain a Michigan clearance in order for you to obtain licensure in your new home state. Whether your license has been suspended or revoked, we can help you.
How do I get my driver's license back in my home state, when the State of Michigan refuses to grant a clearance because of prior drunk driving convictions in Michigan?
If the State of Michigan will not grant you a clearance, you may lose driver license privileges in your home state. You may have had a driver license; however, upon renewal, you may find that the State of Michigan is preventing you from renewing your driver license because of a "hold" on your license.
You will need a Michigan clearance before your state will grant licensure. If you have applied for this clearance and have been denied, you may not reapply for 6 months or even 1 year from the date of the SOS decision. However, you are entitled to a Circuit Court appeal of this decision.
If your attempt at securing a Michigan clearance has failed, contact ManningLaw to discuss a Michigan Circuit Court driver license appeal. If you have a driver license problem in Michigan or another state because of Michigan, call us today at (906) 786-7224.
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