If you have been convicted of a repeat offense DUI or another serious drunk driving offense, it is likely that your driver’s license will be revoked. A revocation is much more serious than a license suspension, especially because you will actually have to win your license back through a DAAD/DLAD hearing in Southfield if it has been revoked. Our experienced attorneys know how to protect clients who have had their driving privileges threatened or revoked, and we know what it takes to win DAAD/DLAD hearings. Let our Southfield driver’s license lawyers guide you through the process of proving your sobriety to the DAAD, and getting back on the road with a restricted or fully reinstated license. Our team is available 24/7 to begin working with clients anywhere in the state, and we can be reached online or by phone through our toll free hotline, and will attempt to provide you with the answers you need as soon as you contact us.
Under the direction of Southfield driver’s license lawyer and firm founder Scott Grabel, our attorneys will guide you through everything you need to say and do in order to get back behind the wheel. Our lawyers know what evidence you need to collect, and while we recognize that it can be extremely difficult to win a DAAD hearing, especially on a first attempt, yet we boast an impressive win rate, even for those attempting to win back their license for the first time. Get in touch with our Southfield DAAD defense team now and begin putting in the necessary work to get a great result in your case. Our driver’s license lawyers are prepared to begin fighting for your driving privileges right away.
The Driver Assessment Appeal Division, also referred to as the Driver’s License Appeal Division, handles appeals of revoked driver’s licenses in Michigan. Once your license revocation has passed (usually a year for repeat DUI and most other offenses), you will need to apply for a hearing with the DAAD, which you must win to even be able to drive with restrictions. Without winning a DAAD/DLAD hearing, you will not be able to operate a motor vehicle in any public area without facing additional criminal penalties, which could include jail time and fines. Contact our team now to learn more about the process of applying for a DAAD hearing in Southfield and what you need to do in order to prepare for a hearing.
The main thing that a hearings officer will want to have demonstrated is that you have remained sober since your offense and that you will continue to be sober if you regain your license. In order to prove this, you will be required to submit a substance abuse evaluation, community support letters (at least 3), evidence of attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous or other support meetings, a report from your ignition interlock device if one was installed, and any other evidence you deem necessary.
The attorneys at Grabel & Associates are committed to doing whatever it takes to help you win back your license after a revocation, and we will help you collect necessary evidence, fill out any paperwork on time, and do whatever else you need to do if you want to get back on the road. Call us now or contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis, and begin taking action to protect your driving privileges. Our team is always available to begin working with clients in DAAD/DLAD hearings.
We know how damaging it can be to lose the ability to drive, and it could be tough to keep your job, get to class, attend crucial meetings, and comply with other necessary obligations. That is why our team is dedicated to doing everything possible to get you or your loved one back behind the wheel as soon as possible. We will treat your case as if it were our own freedom at stake, and will put in the time and effort necessary to guide you through every stage of your case.
No matter what stage of your Southfield driver’s license restoration case you are in, our lawyers are ready to begin helping you now. Call 1-800-342-7896 for a free no obligation consultation, or contact us online to set up a free initial case consultation. Our team is available 24/7 for those facing license suspension or revocation statewide.