Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 257. Motor Vehicles § 257.320e




Sec. 320e.  (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (2), (3), or (4), a person whose operator's or chauffeur's license is suspended, revoked, or restricted pursuant to section 303, 319, 320, 324, 625, 625b, 625f, 732a, or 904  [FN1] shall pay a license reinstatement fee of $125.00 to the secretary of state before a license is issued or returned to the person.  The increase in the reinstatement fee from $60.00 to $125.00 shall be imposed for a license that is issued or returned on or after October 1, 1991 regardless of when the license was suspended, revoked, or restricted.  Of the increase in the reinstatement fee from $60.00 to $125.00, $25.00 shall be allocated to the department of state, $10.00 shall be deposited by the department of treasury in the drunk driving prevention equipment and training fund created under section 625h(1),  [FN2] and $30.00 shall be deposited by the department of treasury in the drunk driving caseflow assistance fund created under section 625h(5).  The fee shall be waived if the license was suspended or restricted because of the person's mental or physical infirmity or disability.

(2) A person whose operator's or chauffeur's license is suspended, revoked, or restricted pursuant to section 319(7)  [FN3] shall pay a license reinstatement fee of $125.00 to the secretary of state before a license is issued or returned to the person.  The fee shall be waived if the license was suspended or restricted because of the person's mental or physical infirmity or disability.

(3) A person whose operator's or chauffeur's license is suspended, revoked, or restricted pursuant to section 319e  [FN4] shall pay a license reinstatement fee of $125.00 to the secretary of state before a license is issued or returned to the person.  Of the $125.00 fee, $95.00 shall be allocated to the department of state and $30.00 shall be deposited by the department of treasury in the drug case information management fund created under section 323d.  [FN5]

(4) A person whose operator's or chauffeur's license is suspended as provided in section 321c  [FN6] shall pay a license reinstatement fee of $85.00 to the secretary of state before a license is issued or returned to the person.  The fee shall be deposited in the state general fund and shall be used to defray the expenses of the secretary of state in processing the suspension and reinstatement of driver licenses under this section.

(5) The secretary of state shall assess points and take licensing action, including suspending, revoking, or denying a license under this act, according to the law in effect at the time of the conspiracy to commit the offense or at the time the offense was committed or attempted or the civil infraction occurred.  If 1 or more of the convictions involved in a licensing sanction is a violation or attempted violation of this act committed or attempted after January 1, 1992, the secretary of state shall apply the law in effect after January 1, 1992.

(6) Judicial review of an administrative licensing sanction under section 303  [FN7] shall be governed by the law in effect at the time the offense was committed or attempted.  If 1 or more of the convictions involved in an administrative licensing sanction is a violation or attempted violation of this act committed or attempted after January 1, 1992, judicial review of that sanction shall be governed by the law in effect after January 1, 1992.

[FN1]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.303, 257.319, 257.320, 257.324, 257.625, 257.625b, 257.625f, 257.732a, or 257.904.

[FN2]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.625h.

[FN3]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.319.

[FN4]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.319e.

[FN5]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.323d.

[FN6]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.321c.

[FN7]

 M.C.L.A. § 257.303.





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