I earned my undergrad degree from Oakland University where I majored in Communication and minored in Studio Art, and my law degree came from Western Michigan Thomas M. Cooley Law School . I started working at a criminal defense firm in 2009 and worked on every sort of criminal case you could imagine, but my favorite has always been driver’s license restoration. I realized early on that having or not having a driver’s license affects so many people—not just the driver. Children need their parents to drive them to school, activities, and doctor appointments. In fact, in my experience, parents often double as taxicab drivers for their children! Employers expect their employees to arrive to work on time each and every day, and significant others need help with grocery shopping and other basic day-to-day things that often require driving. Without a license, not only does the driver suffer, but so does everyone involved in their life.
Because of this, I made it my goal very early on in my career as an attorney to understand the license restoration process forward, backward and sideways. Nothing gets past my desk without first going through a fine-toothed comb to make sure every single ‘i’ is dotted and ‘t’ is crossed. There is no better feeling than calling a client and letting them know that their driver’s license appeal has been granted. Putting that driver’s license back in their hand has a profound effect on the entire world around them and that is truly rewarding!
There are many crimes that carry a license suspension or revocation and I've made it my specialty to know what they are, and how to prevent it.
I will forever be an Attorney and Counselor who absolutely promises to do the best for you.