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Michigan Criminal Law Blog

Michigan Driver's License restoration information. Obtaining legal assistance for driver's license restoration is extremely important. This blog provides information about attorneys for license restoration in MI. 

Want to Get Your License Back after a DUI? Avoid These Five Things

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Losing your license because of drunk driving can be one of the most devastating things to happen as a result of your arrest. The experience is even worse because the process of petitioning the court to get your license back after losing it can be so complex.

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Points on Your License in Michigan: Here’s What You Need to Know

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Most states have a system where they apply or remove points from your drivers’ license if you commit a traffic violation and Michigan is no exception. In Michigan, drivers can get points applied to their license which remain there for two years after the date they’re convicted of the violation.

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Can a Speeding Ticket Result in Jail Time?

For most people, a speeding ticket is a minor bump in the road and not much to worry about, aside from the fine and potential appearance in court. Essentially, you make a mistake and as a result, the state forces you to be inconvenienced in a few different ways. Unfortunately for some, though, this seemingly minor infraction can lead to serious consequences.

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Five Questions to Ask Your Michigan License Restoration Lawyer

One of the most inconvenient and frightening penalties for those arrested for DUI or other traffic violations is the loss of driving privileges. Not only does losing your license make things difficult for you, not being able to drive can also interfere with other areas of your life.

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What Does It Mean to Have Your Driving License Revoked in Michigan?

Your Michigan driver’s license means many things: it means you have been approved as a safe operator of a vehicle on the state’s roadways. It means you have the freedom to travel from one location to another, completely in control of when and where you travel. And it means you have been trusted with the responsibility of driving and all that entails. Unfortunately, losing your Michigan drivers license ends of all these benefits immediately and can have far-reaching negative repercussions in your life.

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