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Revoked vs. Suspended License?
Revoked License vs. Suspended License
With a suspension, your license comes back and is automatically reinstated after the suspension period is up. A reinstatement fee of $125 and any applicable driver responsibility fees, will be required. Upon payment, your Michigan driver’s license will be restored.

With a revoked license you essentially have no license often for a year or more, and characterize as being for an indefinate duration. You must go through a long an arduous process of drivers license restoration which will include a large amount of documentation and a hearing before the Michigan Driver’s License Appeal Division (DLAD) hearing. Whether or not you are granted a license will often depend upon your drivng history, the length of time between your initial violation and the request for a hearing, your propensity to commit the offense again e.g. drunk driving. Dependant upon a number of factors you can either end up with a fully restored license or a restricted.

If you have recently received a ticket, been arrested for OWI, DWLS, MIP, call for a consultation. Remember driving is an important privilege which you cannot afford to lose our office works agressively to protect your rights under the legal system.


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If you have recently received a ticket, been arrested for OWI, DWLS, MIP, call for a consultation. Remember driving is an important privilege which you cannot afford to lose our office works agressively to protect your rights under the legal system.