In order to restore your Michigan driver’s license at an administrative hearing, you must prove to the hearing officer that your alcohol problem is under control and likely to remain under control. This requirement is specifically stated in Administrative Rule 13:
If the Michigan Secretary of State suspended your driver’s license, you’ll need to satisfy your suspension requirements before it can be reinstated.
Your driver’s license may be suspended, restricted, or revoked for reasons including:
- Operating while intoxicated (OWI) with drugs or alcohol/DWI/DUI.
- Refusing to submit to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test.
- Accumulating too many driving record points.
- Violating insurance laws.
- Using your vehicle to commit a felony.