License Restored in Port Huron After Driving Under SuspensionApr 07, 2017, by Case Results, OWI, Traffic in
In Michigan, when someone is convicted of certain traffic offenses or driving under the influence, the offender is usually penalized with a license suspension. If a person is then charged with driving while the suspension was in effect, the ramification can be severe and your suspension will most likely be extended. Such was the case for a man in Port Huron after he was stopped and charged with driving under suspension for a previous DUI. The man did not want to see his suspension prolonged, so he contacted highly-skilled Michigan traffic lawyer Maurice Davis to review his available options.
Attorney Davis discovered that his client was eligible to restore his license; however, this new violation put this in jeopardy. By utilizing his extensive experience with similar Michigan license issues, attorney Davis advised his client of how to proceed and recommended that he participate in substance abuse counseling. Through his attention to detail and wide-ranging knowledge in this area, attorney Davis’ client was able to present a valid license when he appeared in court to address the driving under suspension charge, achieving a dismissal. Therefore, he avoided a new suspension and was free to drive home legally.
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