Has Your Driver’s License Been Suspended?
A Michigan driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for many reasons. Many times this suspension is due to a failure to pay a fine, parking or speeding ticket, due to multiple alcohol or drug convictions, or for too many points from traffic violations. To restore your driver’s license, a hearing is often required with the Secretary of State. Most often, people attend these hearings without an attorney, only to be denied and have to wait another year before they can apply again. Do not make this mistake.
You Have Options
Contact Gordon & Hess, PLC, before you send any paperwork to the Secretary of State for a hearing. We will make sure you have the correct information together to maximize the chance for restoration. Some people may qualify to seek their license through a hearing with the circuit court. This may be the case if you have been denied by the Secretary of State hearing officer, or if you are eligible for a hardship license.
These hearings are held before a judge of the circuit court in the county in which you reside. If you have a suspended or revoked license, contact our office. There may be avenues of restoration available to you and our attorneys at Gordon & Hess, PLC, can help.
Call Us For A Free Consultation
Call 616-369-7452 to set up a free consultation with our criminal defense attorneys at Gordon & Hess, PLC. We can also help you with exploring your legal options for expungement of your criminal records or if you are facing charges for a felony or misdemeanor. We serve clients throughout West Michigan.