Are you in need of an experienced Michigan DUI & Drunk Driving Criminal Defense Attorney?
People facing criminal charges for drinking and driving (“drunk driving”) are often very overwhelmed and embarrassed by their arrest. For many, a DUI/OWI arrest is their first ever encounter with law enforcement. Please know that your life is not completely ruined just because of a DUI/OWI arrest. Yes, it is true that all drunk driving charges are very serious criminal offenses. However, with the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney that regularly handles drunk driving cases in Michigan — rest assured that your legal rights will be protected. Contact one of our “Detroit Aggressive” lawyers for your free consultation today. Know your rights before your plea!
Our criminal defense law firm handles all levels of drunk driving charges – OWI (Operating While Intoxicated), Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and OWVI (Operating While Visibly Impaired).
- First offense DUI/OWI (misdemeanor)
- Second offense DUI/OWI (misdemeanor)
- Third offense DUI/OWI (felony)
- Underage DUI/OWI (misdemeanor)
Don’t just accept the cop’s version – challenge the evidence against you!!! Your job, reputation and livelihood may depend upon you beating the charges. Have an experienced lawyer help you make the right decision.
Michigan Criminal Defense Lawyers: Contrary to popular belief, a charge of drunk driving does not always lead to a conviction. Field sobriety and roadside chemical and preliminary breath tests are often inaccurate. Evidence may also have been obtained improperly (or illegally), which would make it inadmissible in court — in your favor. Armed with information about sobriety tests and knowledgeable about outcomes in cases comparable to yours, a dedicated attorney with experience in fighting DUI/OWI/drunk driving charges, can help you get those charges reduced or dismissed, if the evidence against you is questionable.
Any conviction for drunk driving can severely impact both your personal and professional life. In fact, multiple convictions can be devastating to you and your family who depend on you. A suspended or revoked driver’s license may lead to the loss of a job – a particularly harsh outcome in the current economy. More importantly, a prison sentence would limit employment opportunities in the future and have additional serious social consequences. For a college student, a criminal record could put scholarships out of reach and affect the prospect of a degree or the pursuit of graduate school or professional licenses. Convictions could end a career before it ever begins.