If your Michigan license has been revoked for two or more drinking and driving convictions you will have to appear in front of the Michigan Driver License Appeal Division (DLAD) for a license hearing.
Out-of-state drivers that have had their Michigan license revoked will have to have an administrative hearing for a Michigan clearance. Once your Michigan license has been cleared you will be able to get your license in your home state.
If you attended a DLAD hearing and license restoration was denied you can appeal the decision to the circuit court. This process is very complex and time consuming but can be well worth the effort.
If you have been accused of drinking and driving the prosecutor must prove that you were intoxicated while operating a vehicle in order prove guilt. The prosecution must have evidence that your blood alcohol content (BAC) was above the legal limit (.08%) or must have proof that you had difficulty or failed to complete a field sobriety test.
These cases can be won. Sometimes the police stop you for no good reason and the stops are not lawful. Not all blood alcohol content tests are properly administered leading to incorrect blood alcohol levels. There all medical conditions that can falsely produce high blood alcohol content.
Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, aggressively defends your rights and fights for you. We examine blood results, dig through police reports, analyze videos of the arrest, field sobriety tests, and chemical testing to insure that you get the best representation possible.
Not all attorneys are created equal. After graduating law school with honors in only 2 short years Aaron opened up shop in Oakland County, Michigan, diving right in and defending the accused. The law is ever changing, which is why Aaron amasses over a 100 hours of continuing legal education and training every year. When you hire an attorney, hire one that will fight for your rights and zealously defend you - Hire Aaron J. Boria.