Driving While Licensed Revoked

A license revocation is different that an license suspension. After a license suspension, the license holder automatically regains their license privileges with the payment of a reinstatement fee. After a revocation, the license holder must ask for the ability to drive again. License revocation are common with mulitple DUI offenses. Two DUI offenses incurred within seven years results in a one year license revocation. Three DUI offenses within ten years results in a five year revocation.

It is very important to remember that if any offense like DLWR appears on your driving record as a conviction during a period of suspension, the Secretary of State will automatically add an additional suspension of the same period of time. Its called a 904 suspension. For example, if you were suspended for six months for an unsatisfactory driving record and get a ticket during that suspension time, the Secretary of State will automatically add another six month suspension. When negoiating a plea bargain, it is important for the attorney to know what offenses are abstratced to a driving record by the court and which ones are not.

It is always best be plea to a non abstractable offense to avoid the additional 904 suspension. A good attorney like Barton Morris will accomplish that for his clients.

If you have been charged with driving while license revoked in the Oakland, Wayne or Macomb County communities of Royal Oak, Bloomfield Hills, Detroit, Warren, Troy, Rochester Hills, Farmington Hills or any surrounding area and want the best defense, call Michigan Criminal Attorney Barton Morris at (248) 541-2600. Recently voted Top Attorney in Metro Detroit for 2012 and 2013 in Criminal Defense.

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