Obtaining a driver’s license is a momentous occasion for many people. Maintaining such a license, however, can be a challenge. When one finds themselves in trouble for a traffic violation or another criminal offense, a suspension or revocation of their license is possible. The road to restoring a driver’s license in Michigan can be challenging, and it often leads to a complicated process.
A recent client of DeBruin Law PLLC found themselves in need of a skilled traffic attorney when requesting a restricted license through the Secretary of State. This process began to drag on and threaten his driving privileges. Attorney Tiffany DeBruin immediately got to work on the case, working with the client’s support network, securing the required documents, and ensuring consistency to negotiating to get her client a restricted license in July 2017. Knowing how important it was for her client to have full driving privileges, attorney DeBruin again took the case issue to the Secretary of State. She worked with the client and the client’s support network to ensure the client would be successful at the administrative level.
After a hearing at the Secretary of State, attorney DeBruin was able to successfully get her client’s full driving privileges restored. An order for such was provided the very same day.
The outcome of an individual case depends on a variety of factors unique to that case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.