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DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED: “THE VICIOUS CIRCLE”

When a Michigan driver has his license revoked—typically after a repeat drunk driving conviction—he has no privileges whatsoever. And, he must apply to have the license reinstated through the Michigan Secretary of State, which is often a confusing, time-consuming and expensive endeavor.  So, what do many Michigan revoked drivers continue to do: DRIVE WHILE LICENSE REVOKED.  A…

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GEHERIN LAW GROUP NOTCHES 27 MICHIGAN LICENSE APPEAL VICTORIES THIS YEAR ALREADY!

Daniel T. Geherin, owner of Geherin Law Group PLLC (GLGMichigan.com) and MiLicenseLawyer.com, fights for clients daily who’ve lost their license to drive in Michigan. Each day brings a new license appeal challenge, and Dan and his team are up for the fight–whether this challenge involves: a revoked or suspended driver’s license, problems from repeat drunk…

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WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO RESTORING MY REVOKED LICENSE?

When a person has his driving privileges REVOKED, he often feels lost, overwhelmed and pessimistic.  After all, how can a person get/keep meaningful employment without a license?  Take care of children?  Accomplish the most basic of daily tasks, such as buying groceries, going to the doctor, running errands?  For many, the prospect of public transportation…

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HAVE MICHIGAN DRIVER’S LICENSE APPEALS HEARING QUESTIONS?

Put bluntly, the Michigan Driver’s License Appeals Process is complicated and confusing.  People who have lost their Michigan Driver’s License due to drunk driving convictions, breath tests refusals, medical reasons or even point accumulation often search for answers on how to restore their license and about the license appeals hearing process.  Every day, potential clients…

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WHERE WILL MY LICENSE APPEAL HEARING TAKE PLACE?

A revoked driver’s license will remain revoked until or unless the driver successfully appeals the revocation to the Michigan Secretary of State or Circuit Court.   For most drivers, this process is completely unknown and difficult to navigate.  And, a review of the Michigan Secretary of State website often makes the process seem even more overwhelming. …

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Driver’s License Reinstatement Ann Arbor

In Michigan, there’s a major difference between a driver’s license that’s been suspended, and a license that’s been REVOKED. Driver’s license suspensions usually result from: accumulation of points, unpaid tickets, low-level criminal and driving offenses, and outstanding warrants/defaults. Driver’s license revocations usually result from serious criminal/driving offenses, including repeat drunk driving offenses. Suspended licenses often…

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THE KEY LAW GOVERNING MICHIGAN DRIVER’S LICENSE REINSTATMENT

A person’s Michigan Driver’s License might be restricted or suspended for various reasons, including point-accumulation, poor driving and conviction of some criminal/traffic offenses.  After a restriction or suspension, a license is typically automatically reinstated upon payment of a small reinstatement fee.  However, if a license is REVOKED, which typically occurs following repeat drunk driving convictions…

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THIS IS WHY YOU NEED A LICENSING LAWYER IN ANN ARBOR

Licensing lawyers–those who handle driver’s license appeals and reinstatements—are few and far between. Look online, and you will only find a handful of licensing lawyers in Ann Arbor who even attempt to handle this very specialized area of practice. Why? Because there’s is a lot of “red tape” to cut through with the Michigan Secretary…

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