Suspension of Driver’s License in Michigan


When you are charged with drunk driving or other traffic violations, you can face driver’s license suspension and lose your ability to operate a motor vehicle for a set period of time. OWI charges and other crimes could result in mandatory Michigan DL suspension, and it is crucial that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to fight against the loss of your driving privileges. If you drive on a suspended license, you will face serious punishment, and a license suspension or revocation should not be taken lightly. Fortunately, our qualified attorneys have experience fighting for clients statewide in drunk driving cases and have dealt with countless cases of license suspension. We understand how to defend against a suspended license and can help you avoid other criminal penalties in your Michigan DUI case.

Our Attorneys Defend DL Suspension Clients in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Throughout Michigan

Contact Grabel & Associates right now if you are under investigation for a traffic violation, or if you have been charged with driving while intoxicated. Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a serious criminal charge, and failure to defend yourself with a competent attorney could result in wrongful conviction and unnecessary jail time, fines, and more. Work with one of Michigan’s top driver’s license defense attorneys and let us protect your rights and freedom throughout every stage of your case. Our lawyers have experience working with clients throughout the state’s 83 counties and will aggressively defend you until you achieve the result you want in your drunk driving case. Many serious traffic infractions can result in license suspension, and you will need a lawyer who understands the complex laws surrounding cases like yours and can effectively fight to help you avoid unnecessary penalties.

Michigan DL Suspension Attorney

In the state of Michigan, driver’s license suspension means that you will lose your ability to drive for weeks, months, or even years. If your license is revoked, you will completely lose your license and have to reapply after a longer period. After your suspension period is over, you may have to pay a fee in order to have your license reinstated. If you violate any of the terms of your suspension or commit another violation, however, you could face additional penalties that are more serious and lose your license for an extended length of time.

At Grabel & Associates, we understand how important your freedom to drive can be. Our goal is to get you back on the road as soon as possible, and to help you through every stage of your case while fighting to retain this crucial freedom. If you have yet to be convicted of a violation in Michigan, contact our lawyers now and let us help you beat the charges you are facing. If you have already been convicted, contact us to find out more about your post-conviction options and potential license suspension or revocation.

Fight License Suspension After Traffic Violation or DUI in Michigan

There are multiple crimes that can result in a driver’s license suspension, and every criminal defense case is unique. If you forge a vehicle document such as vehicle registration or a license, or drive without insurance, you could face a suspension. Fleeing the scene of a serious accident, eluding police, reckless driving, joyriding, or any felony charge involving a vehicle can also result in suspension. If you have been charged with Operating While Intoxicated or any other OWI, DUI, OWPD, OWVI, OUIL, or DWI charge, you could also lose your freedom to drive. Our attorneys will fight to defend you from any of these charges and help you to keep your license or win it back in any stage of your case.

Our lawyers have proven their ability to achieve great results in past cases of all kinds. Look at our proven results and see why our firm is regarded as one of Michigan’s best for DUI defense. Our criminal defense team knows what it takes to provide clients with the best possible outcome in even the most complex cases, and will dedicate as much time as necessary to help you win your Michigan criminal case.

Our Approach to License Suspension in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, and Statewide

No matter where you are in Michigan, our attorneys are ready to help you fight and win in your drunk driving, joyriding, or other motor vehicle case. We work closely with clients to determine legal goals that our skilled attorneys can work to achieve, and we will help you to understand every legal issue affecting your individual case. Our lawyers understand that many factors can lead to wrongful conviction in motor vehicle and OWI cases, and we will conduct a thorough investigation to determine everything the police and prosecutors missed in your case. We know how faulty blood and breath tests can be used against you, and will fight improperly collected results using our knowledge of chemical and field sobriety testing.

Without an attorney, you could end up with unnecessary fines, license suspension or revocation, and even jail time, so work with the best Michigan defense lawyers and ensure the best result. Our clients come to us because they need a team of talented attorneys who can earn unrivaled results in tough cases, and we will not rest until you get the results you want in your criminal case.

Contact Scott Grabel for Michigan License Suspension Defense

If you think you could lose your license or have been accused of a violation after a license suspension, contact our law firm now. We are available at our toll free number, 1-800-342-7896 any time of day, 7 days a week. Our commitment to 24/7 availability allows us to serve clients in time sensitive drunk driving cases, and you can call or contact us online whenever you have a question about your case or the criminal process. You can even set up a free consultation with criminal defense lawyer and supervising attorney Scott Grabel. Fight back against Michigan driver’s suspension now with Grabel & Associates and retain your right to operate a vehicle.

Please note: Recently DLAD/DAAD changed their name to the Administrative Hearings Section (AHS). Common use of the name AHS has not yet been widely accepted and the entity responsible for driver’s license hearings is still referred to as DLAD/DAAD in almost all legal areas, which is why we continue to use the term “DLAD/DAAD” throughout our website. More information about this change can be found at the Michigan Secretary of State’s website here.