Driving on a Suspended License

Michigan Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) Attorneys

Driving on a suspended license is an issue that the state of Michigan takes seriously, and a practice that could land you in jail. The DWLS defense lawyers at Barry A. Seifman, P.C. believe that many clients may have valid grounds for fighting these charges based on inefficiency, bureaucracy and other confusion by the state. From our office in Farmington Hills, we advise and represent clients throughout the greater Detroit area.

The state believes many motorists with a suspended or revoked driver's license will be deterred from driving due to the risk of incarceration. Unfortunately for many of those who have lost their license, it comes down earning a living or breaking the law.

Fight for Your Rights

If you feel you have been put between a rock and hard place by judicial red tape or providing for yourself and your family, contact an attorney at our office for a free initial consultation. Our DWLS attorneys can help you avoid facing such a difficult choice by:

  • Getting your driving on suspended license charges dropped
  • Reinstating your license
  • Having the DWLS charges reduced to a less serious charge

Although the court does not typically order jail time on a first offense, we can help you avoid the potential 93-day imprisonment and/or up to $500 in penalties for this misdemeanor offense.

Protect Your Driving Privileges

If you have been accused of driving on a suspended license or if you believe you may have a case involving unfair treatment by the state, contact Barry A. Seifman, P.C. for a free 30-minute initial consultation. We can be reached by phone at 248.538.0711 or by e-mail .

Barry A. Seifman, P.C.
30445 Northwestern Highway
Suite 310
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248.538.0711
Fax:     248.538.1801

Located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, the law office of Barry A. Seifman, P.C. , represents clients in Detroit, Southfield, Pontiac, Troy, Novi, Royal Oak, Mt. Clemens, Warren, Utica, Sterling Heights, Auburn Hills, Centerline, St. Clair Shores, Livonia, Dearborn, Plymouth, Taylor, Westland, Southgate, Allen Park, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, and Washtenaw County.

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