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Michigan License Suspension and Multiple OWIs
Michigan License Suspension and Multiple OWIs

Is holding a driver’s license a privilege or a right? While many would argue that it should be a right, the fact of the matter is that it is a privilege. This fact is significant because authorities can’t take away your rights, but they can take away your privileges: like ...

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