Obtaining your Michigan driver’s license after two or more drinking and driving convictions – can seem like an impossible task. If you click here, you will see the most recent relief rates posted on the Michigan.gov website as of November 1, 2015. If you look at the last year reported in 2004, you can see that 10,925 people filed an appeal. Approximately 50% or 5,356 of those people were outright denied. Of the remaining 50%, 3,544 people had a modification of their revocation which generally means a restricted driver’s license with an interlock and 2,025 got their full licenses back which normally means they had a restricted license with an interlock for at least one year.

Our attorneys have handled driver license restoration cases for over 20 years and know all of the pitfalls that one can experience in seeking a restoration of a driver’s license. If you want to get your driver’s license, you will need to maximize your chances. The best way of doing that is by contacting our attorneys who can help you throughout the process. By clicking here, you can view one our you tube videos which discusses driver’s license appeal basics. You need a competent attorney to guide you through this very complex process.

Related Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gnet6qRTHio
Useful Links: http://michigan.gov/documents/Hearing_Officer_Relief_Rate_Appendix_G_128114_7.