SUCCESSFUL REPRESENTATION OF JACKSON COUNTY RESIDENT IN DRIVER'S LICENSE APPEALS
We represented a Jackson, Michigan resident who lost his privilege to drive after two drunk driving convictions before he was 22 years old. After a few years without his driver's license, and overcoming his drinking issues while obtaining gainful employment, he contacted our attorneys to help him with the confusing process of appealing to the Michigan Secretary of State. We successfully represented him in his appeal, and he obtained a restricted license with an interlock ignition device (BAIID). Many months later, through a freak occurrence outside of his control, there was a major violation on his BAIID and the state automatically revoked his license. We appealed and ended up in Jackson County Circuit Court, where we won the appeal and obtained his full driving privileges instead of a restricted license, saving our client hundreds if not a few thousand dollars in additional fees and costs.