How are Michigan Driver’s License appeals and restoration of a driver’s license handled?

Have you had your driver’s license suspended due to alcohol or driving offenses?

The granting, suspension and revocation of Michigan driver’s licenses are handled by the Michigan Secretary of State, separate and apart from the judicial process. Conviction of alcohol and driving offenses, as well as controlled-substance-related offenses, or other driving infractions, depending on the severity of the offense, can result in the temporary or permanent loss of driving privileges.

If you have been denied driving privileges or have had your driver’s license revoked for multiple driving-related convictions, you may be able to appeal the Secretary of State’s decision. Contact BLF to allow us to review your individual situation and to review what options may be available to you.