You are arrested for OWI, and it’s your second offense within seven years. Or worse yet, you have two prior convictions. In most cases, this means your Michigan driver’s license will be REVOKED.
Depending upon your prior arrest and conviction history, OWIs can have serious consequences. For at least a year and perhaps as many as five years, you may not be able to drive for ANY purpose at all. This means no work privileges, no driving your kids to school and even no driving during an emergency. Should you attempt to drive and get caught, it will mean losing your license for a “matching” period of time (i.e. another one or five years).
Receive the Answers You Need and the Help You Deserve
- “How am I going to live and provide for my family?”
- “Is there any way I can get back my license?”
- “If so, how and when?”
When you contact our firm, the lawyers at Geherin Law Group, PLLC, will conduct a thorough analysis of your case and help you answer these questions. More importantly, we will do our utmost to help you get back in the driver’s seat.
There are new laws that offer hope to people who have suffered OWI revocations. Let our Michigan drunk driving license suspension attorneys explain these laws and determine whether our firm can utilize them to get you driving again. There are ways to fight the underlying criminal charge to avoid the conviction/revocation to begin with. If necessary, we have the experience and reputation to guide you through Department of State processes and back onto the road.
Speak With an Ann Arbor Multiple OWI Charges Attorney
Geherin Law Group, PLLC, is a full-service criminal defense firm which handles criminal cases and license restoration appeals throughout the state of Michigan. Please contact our office following an OWI arrest to discuss your options, your license and your future.
We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and have a private investigator and full-time paralegals on staff to assist you. We offer free consultations.