Grand Rapids Family Law

Grand Rapids Driver’s License Restoration

If you receive a second OWI conviction, your driver’s license will be revoked. 

There are other circumstances that may also lead to revocation of your license. Losing your driver’s license can have a drastic impact on your job, family, and personal life. To regain your driving privileges, you will need to request a hearing before the Michigan Secretary of State. To submit such a request, you need to demonstrate sobriety for a period of at least 6 months. You will need to submit evidence of your sobriety, to include letters from family and community leaders, and demonstrate your attendance at group counseling such as Alcoholics Anonymous. 

Do not attempt to apply for restoration of your driver’s license alone. You need an experienced driver’s license restoration attorney to assess your application and ensure it is complete and convincing prior to submitting an application to the Secretary of State. Our driver’s license restoration attorneys guide you through this process, thoroughly prepare you for the hearing, and represent you at the hearing before the Administrative Hearing Officer. 

For more information about driver’s license restoration from the experienced attorneys at The Britt Law Group PC, please contact us here or call us directly at 616.866.2700.