A. Restricted Licenses after Michigan DUI
1. In Michigan a person to whom a restricted license has been issued may drive:
A.) After a DUI or Drunk Driving conviction in Michigan your license will be restricted. The restrictions will permit the person to whom it is issued to drive under 1 or more of the following circumstances:
(a) To and from the person’s residence and work location.
(b) In the course of the person’s employment or occupation.
(c) To and from the person’s residence and an alcohol or drug education or treatment program as ordered by the court.
(d) To and from the person’s residence and the court probation department or a court-ordered community service program, or both.
(e) To and from the person’s residence and an educational institution at which the person is enrolled as a student.
(f) To and from the person’s residence or work location and a place of regularly occurring medical treatment for a serious condition for the person or a member of the person’s household or immediate family.
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