You should never drive on a suspended license. The risk of getting caught is high and the penalties are serious. In Michigan, these include jail time, fines and a like-kind suspension that doubles your original suspension. To avoid this, consult an attorney with experience dealing with the Driver Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD, formerly known as DLAD), a division of Michigan Secretary of State. At the law firm of Grabel & Associates, we help people get their licenses back so they don't need to drive while their licenses are suspended or revoked.
If you are caught driving on a suspended or revoked license, our attorneys can defend you. Depending on the circumstances of your case, we may be able to get your license back, reduce the length of time your license will be suspended, get the charges dropped or have the DWLS charge reduced to a less serious charge. A reduction of charges often depends on why your license was originally suspended (many licenses are suspended after a DUI conviction), or whether you caused any accidents or property damage while driving on a suspended license, and lastly whether you were previously convicted of DWLS.
Every lawyer at Grabel & Associates ensures your rights are fully protected and that every option is explored to help our clients avoid further driver's license sanctions.
We dig deep to identify facts that can help us develop a strong defense, including circumstances such as these:
Driving on a suspended license is a vicious cycle. If you get caught driving on a suspended or revoked license, you could end up delaying your chance to have your driver's license reinstated. Our law firm seeks the most favorable outcome possible for clients so they can stop driving illegally and get their driving privileges restored.
Contact us now if you have been charged with DWLS or DWLR (Driving While License Revoked). With attorneys across the state, our lawyers represent clients charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license throughout Michigan.
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