How to Get a Restricted Driver’s License After Suspension in Ann Arbor
If your driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, it may be possible to get a restricted license before the full suspension has been served. The experienced driver’s license restoration attorneys at Grabel & Associates have been committed to helping clients get their suspended or revoked licenses back for well over a decade, and we know what it takes to start driving on a restricted license and set yourself up to eventually regain your full license. Contact our firm now for a free initial case analysis and find out more about the steps you need to be taking at this current stage in your case. Our driver’s license restoration team is ready to take over your fight to get back on the road, and we are committed to doing whatever it takes to walk you through the reinstatement process.
Trial lawyer Scott Grabel has worked in Washtenaw County and statewide for the entirety of his career, and has worked in countless DL restoration cases in Ann Arbor. Under his knowledgeable guidance, our team will help you discover what options are available to you in your unique case, and we will work to direct you through the steps you need to take right now and throughout the restoration process. It is critical that you contact us as soon as possible and let us begin answering your questions about obtaining a restricted driver’s license in Ann Arbor, so that we are able to begin the process right away. We are available 24/7 for clients statewide, and will begin working with you to get a restricted driver’s license right away.
Obtain a Restricted Ann Arbor Driver’s License After a DL Suspension in MI
If your driver’s license has just been suspended, there will be a minimum suspension duration set in your specific case. After serving this minimum period, you can petition the court that served you your suspension, and/or contact the Michigan Secretary of State to ask for a restricted license. In some cases, the court has already set eligibility for a restricted license after a specified period, in which case you will just have to apply with the Michigan SOS. In other cases, you may need to request that the Ann Arbor or other MI court which gave you your sentence allow you to begin driving on a restricted license. In either case, it can be extremely beneficial to work with an attorney who understands how to most effectively petition for a restricted license so that you don’t waste a chance to get your driving privileges back.
If your license has been indefinitely suspended or revoked, it may be more difficult to get a restricted license. Always speak with an attorney and find out how your unique case will be affected.
How to Get a Restricted Driver’s License in Ann Arbor After Revocation
If your license has been revoked, you will need to apply for and win a hearing with the Driver Assessment Appeal Division in order to get a restricted license. Anyone who wins a DAAD hearing is awarded either a time-based or purpose-based restricted license, and after driving on this restricted license for a period (usually a year or more) you may then petition the DAAD for a fully reinstated license. An ignition interlock device will also likely be required.
For more information on getting a restricted license after a driver’s license revocation, contact our firm by phone or online now. You can also read through additional resources on reinstating a revoked driver’s license on this website. We are available now to begin working with you if you decide to pursue a DAAD hearing.
Our Approach to Restricted License Reinstatement
Our firm is dedicated to doing everything we can to get you some of your freedom back, whether it is through a restricted license or full reinstatement. We know what it takes to get you back on the road after a suspension or revocation, and are prepared to utilize our effective strategies as part of a strategy uniquely tailored to your case after thoroughly reviewing your specific legal needs. Get in touch with our team right away so that we can get started.
Ann Arbor Driver’s License Reinstatement Lawyers Available 24/7
Call our 24/7 hotline now at 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis. We are available now to provide legal information and initial guidance on the driver’s license restoration process you will need to go through.