Michigan Department of Motor Vehicles Hearings
OWI/DUI Lawyer in Michigan
Potential license suspension or revocation is a part of any DUI/OWI offense. If you are convicted of drunk driving, the Michigan Secretary of State may revoke your license for a set period of time, depending upon whether this is your first, second or subsequent offense. If you refuse a breath test or blood test after a DUI or OWI arrest, you may also face a 1 year license suspension.
You have only 14 days to challenge your license suspension stemming from a breath or blood test refusal. This is considered an automatic license suspension, and therefore your failure to schedule an administrative hearing (often called a DMV hearing) will result in the loss of your license – regardless of whether you actually refused the test or if you were guilty of DUI/OWI.
Our Michigan OWI attorney at Freedman Law Group can assist you with your DMV hearing in conjunction with your OWI or DUI case. We also assist clients whose licenses have already been suspended, helping them apply for restricted licenses that can be used for limited purposes. Our Michigan DUI lawyer represents clients throughout Michigan. We offer a free consultation with a knowledgeable Michigan criminal defense attorney to help you get started.
Are you facing a license suspension?
Your chances of a positive case outcome – of saving your license in the first place or of having your diving privileges restored – are much greater if you have a skilled Michigan DUI attorney at your side. Freedman Law Group has been helping drivers just like you since 1994. Our Michigan criminal defense lawyer has 59 combined years of legal experience and will fully dedicate his time and efforts to protecting your driver's license. Please, contact a Michigan OWI lawyer from our office today!