If your driver’s license has been revoked, after you wait for the minimum revocation period to pass, you can apply for a hearing with the DAAD to win your license back. Unfortunately, these hearings don’t always go the way they should, and due to the regulations surrounding driver’s license revocation in Southfield, anyone who fails to get their license back must wait a year to reapply for a new DAAD hearing. For many people, it is worth considering appealing the decision rather than waiting a year to try again. The attorneys at Grabel & Associates know what you need to prove in order to successfully appeal, and can guide you through every step of the Southfield DAAD hearing decision appeals process. Contact our firm now for a free initial case consultation and learn more about the steps you should be taking if you want to win your license back after an unsuccessful DAAD hearing. Our team is always available to begin working with clients now.
Not only do our attorneys know how to help clients win their first attempt DAAD hearings, but we have experience taking over cases that have not been successful and guiding clients to successful appeals. Under the direction of founding attorney Scott Grabel, our team provides top-level defense and legal guidance to clients in Southfield and throughout Michigan, and we are available 24/7 to begin working with you or your loved one after a DAAD/DLAD hearing loss. Call or contact us online now to learn more about our proven approach to driver’s license restoration, including our proven strategies for DAAD hearing appeals. Let us get you back on the road as soon as possible; contact us right away to begin fighting for your freedom to drive.
Driver Assessment Appeal Division hearing appeals are handled by the Circuit Court system. In order to successfully appeal to the Circuit Court, you will need to prove that for some reason, the hearings officer was incorrect or unlawful in denying you your license reinstatement. It is crucial that you work with an experienced driver’s license lawyer in Southfield if you want to win back your driving privileges, as it is extremely difficult to win a DAAD hearing appeal to the Circuit Court without a legal advocate on your side. Grabel & Associates is always ready to begin walking you through what you need to do to get your license back after a revocation.
If you lose your DAAD hearing, you will only have 63 days from the date of the final decision to appeal. If you have reasons why you cannot or could not apply within 63 days, you may be granted an extension of up to 182 days. If you apply for an appeal to the Circuit Court, you must notify the SOS department (which handles DAAD appeals) within at least 50 days before your set court date. Our lawyers will help you comply with all requirements and deadlines, and keep you on track so that you can continue to battle towards a great case outcome.
In order to win your Southfield appeal, you will need to prove that the hearing officer violated the constitution or state law, went beyond the authority of the DAAD or SOS, was based on unlawful procedures, was not supported by substantial and competent material evidence, was arbitrary or a clear abuse of discretion, or was affected by a substantial material error of law. If you are able to prove that for one of these reasons, the denial of your reinstatement was unjust, you may be able to win your license back.
Our lawyers are committed to protecting clients throughout every stage of the license reinstatement process, and we will do whatever it takes to help you win back your license, and are committed to guiding you through a DAAD hearing, Circuit Court appeal, or any other legal proceeding necessary. Contact our team now for a free initial case analysis and learn more about our proven approach to license restoration in Southfield.
To appeal your driver’s license hearing decision, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online. We are available 24/7 for clients statewide.