OWI, Operating While Intoxicated
A person convicted of Operating While Intoxicated or Operating a vehicle with any amount of controlled substance in the body will have his or her license suspended for 180 days, with a restricted license available for all or a specified portion of the suspension except for the first 30 days. MCL 257.319(8)(a).
OWVI, Operating While Visibly Impaired
A person convicted of Operating While Visibly Impaired will have his or her license suspended for 90 day, with a restricted license available for all or a specified portion of the suspension, MCL 257.319(8)(b).
“SUPER DRUNK DRIVING OFFENSE”
Starting October 31st, 2010, anyone convicted under MCL 257.625(1)(c) – The “Super Drunk Driving Offense”
will have his or her license suspended for one year and may drive only after 45 days and the installation of an ignition interlock device that prevents the the vehicle from being operated by a driver with a blood alcohol level of .025 percent or more.
DAAD, Driver Assessment and Appeal Division
The DAAD is the exclusive avenue of appeal for drivers who licenses have been revoked and denied as a result of multiple drunk driving offenses. MCL 257.303(4)
The DAAD must also approve the removal of any interlock device installed for a conviction under the Super Drunk Law.
Todd Levitt, Michigan Driver’s License Restoration Lawyer, has been representing suspended Michigan Driver’s for more than 17 years. Todd Levitt, has represented Drunk Driver’s who are revoked and denied due to two or more alcohol/controlled substance convictions throughout the state of Michigan. Former Michigan residents who lost their Driver’s License have also been successfully represented.
For a free consultation and assessment regarding restoring your Driver’s License, contact Michigan Driver License Restoration Lawyer Todd Levitt at 989-772-6000