After a DUI, drug crime conviction, or certain other criminal convictions, you may have your driver’s license suspended or revoked. Immediately following a license suspension or revocation, you should get in touch with an experienced Clinton Township driver’s license attorney, who can help you better understand when and how you can get your license back.
Losing the ability to drive can be life changing, especially in Michigan’s more rural areas. The inability to get to work, operate a vehicle for work, go to school, attend court-ordered classes, and more can not only be stressful, but lead to financial losses and other additional detrimental effects. Only by working with a premier Macomb County defense lawyer can you be sure you are avoiding unnecessary penalties like a prolonged suspension, and our team is regarded as one of the top firms statewide for license suspension and revocation cases.
When you or a loved one loses the freedom to drive, it is critical that you not only work with an attorney who specializes in driver’s license reinstatement, but who can prove his or her skill through past case results. At Grabel & Associates, every case we take is a testament to the talent of our attorneys, and we proudly display our proven results so that you can see the impact our team can have in cases similar to yours.
With well over a decade of experience getting Clinton drivers back on the road, trial lawyer Scott Grabel and the rest of our highly qualified team knows what it takes to win back your license after a DUI/OWI or any other criminal charge. Contact our team right now for a free initial case analysis – we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to begin working with you.
If your license is suspended in Clinton Township, you probably know how long you have to wait to reapply. What you might not know, however, is that there may be ways to obtain a restricted license that will allow you to drive to work, school, and court ordered appointments, or during certain hours of the day, possibly even before your suspension period is up. Our lawyers can help you better understand your suspended license reinstatement options, as well as some of the forms and fees that may be required to win back your license.
If your license has been revoked after a repeat offense DUI or another similarly serious conviction, it will be tougher for you to get back on the road. You will likely need to apply for and win a hearing with the Michigan Driver Assessment Appeal Division, or DAAD, which is extremely tough the first time around. Fortunately, by working with a talented driver’s license lawyers at Grabel & Associates, your chances of winning back your license improve greatly. Our firm boasts an impressive 97% win rate for first time driver’s license hearings, and if we aren’t able to get you your license, we will continue to represent you for free until your driving privileges have been reinstated.
Contact Scott Grabel or another member of our driver’s license reinstatement team now to learn more about winning back your license in Clinton and some of the legal problems you may be encountering throughout the process. Our lawyers are committed to helping you regain your freedom no matter what it takes, and are always available for you or your loved one after a damaging conviction and resulting license sanctions.
Grabel & Associates is ready now to provide you with a free case consultation – don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our top-tier defense team.
Our attorneys are successful in so many driver’s license cases because we know what works in Clinton cases and have appeared in front of Michigan DAAD hearings officers with clients who have had their licenses revoked for a variety of reasons. Our lawyers know what the DAAD is looking for and what you will need to demonstrate in order to win back your license, and we are committed to providing you with the individualized defense guidance you need to be fully prepared as you fight for your freedom.
To speak with one of our driver’s license lawyers right now, call our 24/7 toll free hotline or contact us online. We can be reached at 1-800-342-7896 now, and will work to provide you with the information you need to make decisions about the next steps you should take in your case.