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Driving while license suspended in Oakland and Macomb
Driving while license suspended
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Driving is imperative to everyday life, from going to work and getting the groceries. Losing your license will greatly impact your routine and ability to perform these everyday tasks. In Michigan, your license may be suspended, revoked, or denied for many different reasons such as operating while intoxicated (OWI), accumulating too many driving record points, or using your vehicle to commit a felony. Driving with a suspended, revoked or denied license is a criminal offense, punishable by jail time, fines, and/or a delay on the restoration of your license. Clients charged with DWLS fall into a repeat pattern of constant driving related offenses. A skilled attorney can help you to defend against a DWLS or DWLR charge, possibly get your license reinstated and break the cycle of constant arrests.
Under MCL 257.904, the penalties for driving with a suspended, revoked, or denied license vary depending on if it is your first or second offense.