Bloomfield DMV Hearing Attorney
About DMV Hearings
If you have been arrested for an OWI offense in Michigan, you could be facing serious penalties including loss of driving privileges. You license may be suspended for a set period of time. Those that refuse to take a breath or blood test after an OWI could be facing one year of license suspension. After an OWI arrest you will only have 14 days to protect your driving privileges. You license will be suspended automatically if you refused to take the breath or blood test. If you do not schedule an administrative hearing within this amount of time, you will automatically lose your license. A highly skilled Bloomfield DUI attorney can assist you if you are facing an OWI charge and would like to do everything in your power to retain your driving privileges. We can also help clients whose licenses have already been suspended and have helped many to obtain restricted licenses which allow them to drive on a limited basis.
At Daniel D. Hajji, Attorneys of Michigan, we have helped countless clients with DMV hearings. Your DMV hearing can be handled by a skilled defense attorney at the same time as your OWI case. Call our firm today for a free consultation.
DMV Hearing Lawyer serving Troy and Novi
We understand how important retaining a license can be for professionals and soon-to-be professionals. In many cases, your license is your livelihood and it is simply impossible to get ahead without one. IN addition, the negative ramifications that a professional will have to endure if he or she is convicted of a DUI/OWI can be extremely difficult to overcome. Our firm has helped many nurses, dentists and other professionals retain their licenses and in some cases avoid a criminal conviction. We understand how difficult this is for you and would like to start helping you today.
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