One of the most common questions we receive from clients is whether they can simply get a work license following a revocation or suspension that will allow them to commute to and from their job. The answer is often "maybe," and typically depends on whether the license was revoked or suspended.

Trust an Ann Arbor Circuit Court Appeals Attorney With Your Case

The Michigan Department of State governs and presides over most license appeals. However, our lawyers can appeal the Department of State's decision to a Circuit Court and seek judicial intervention if DAAD commits an error or makes a wrong decision. We can also, in limited circumstances, seek Circuit Court intervention to grant clients a hardship license (usually for employment or educational purposes). Many Circuit Court appeals are held in a client's county of residence, but exceptions are often made based on the jurisdiction of arrest or where a particular Department of State hearing was held.

At Geherin Law Group, PLLC, our attorneys are trial attorneys, first and foremost. We have over 50 years of combined criminal trial experience, and have argued cases before the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals. Without a doubt, our Michigan hardship license attorneys know how to file and argue your appeal in front of a Circuit Court judge and can withstand and overcome the objections of the prosecutor or attorney general.

We Know How to Restore Your License

The lawyers with our firm have the experience, reputation, skills and desire necessary to fight and win your appeal in court if the secretary of state does not see fit to grant you a license. Contact us for a free evaluation of your case at (734) 263-2780.

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Geherin Law Group, PLLC
760 W. Eisenhower Parkway, Suite #305
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: (734) 263-2780