Helping You Regain Your Driving Privileges
Much of Northern Michigan is spread out and rural. That means people need to spend significant time in their cars, whether to bring children to school, go to work or to visit family and friends. Having your driver’s license suspended or revoked can greatly disrupt your life in many different ways.
The legal team at Amberg, Amberg & Williams helps people get their licenses back. Our clients come to us when they think their license may be suspended or after it has already been revoked for a number of reasons such as:
- Multiple drunk driving convictions (DWI/OVI/OWI)
- Reckless driving
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Speeding tickets and other moving violations
Our driver’s license reinstatement lawyers help people find answers to critical questions like:
- What will happen to my commercial driver’s license?
- Can you help my son or daughter?
- How can I get my revoked license back?
- I have an out-of-state license, but I am in trouble with Michigan law. What can I do?
We have helped hundreds of clients resolve these types of issues, and we are ready to do the same for you.
Understanding The Licensing Process In Michigan
Driver’s license suspensions and revocations really involve two separate things: a criminal case in court and an administrative process through the secretary of state. With over 35 years of experience, our attorneys are equipped to handle both of these on your behalf.
The first thing that we do in many cases is to help our clients understand the restricted license process. A restricted license gives you limited driving privileges such as the ability to drive to work and medical appointments. Most people are eligible to apply one year after their license was revoked.
Getting a license reinstatement may also require formal or informal hearings before a judge or an administrative office. We regularly represent clients in any necessary hearings. We will also prepare and file any paperwork that is required by the court of the secretary of state.