If you have been convicted of OWI, DUI, drunk driving or any alcohol-related driving offenses in Michigan and think you may be affected by this recent development, please contact our office immediately. We can be contacted by phone at (313) 885-6800 or email at email@example.com. Michigan State Police finds flaw in breath alcohol testing, suspends contract
Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated (OWI), better known as drunk driving or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in Michigan is operating a vehicle upon any public road, highway or parking lot with an alcohol content of .08 grams or more per 100 milliliters of blood (commonly referred to as just .08.) There are many factors that affect your blood-alcohol content. Among these are your age, weight, sex, how much food you have in your stomach, and what kind of alcohol you were drinking.
Driving under the influence can carry different penalties and fines depending upon whether this is your first, second or third offense. Having an experienced Detroit DUI lawyer on your side can greatly impact how you navigate your case and the outcome.
Contact The Draper Law Firm today and let an experienced lawyer in DUI defense fight for you in the State of Michigan. Proper legal representation by a qualified Detroit DUI attorney may be the difference between going to jail versus a much more manageable outcome.
With our office located in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, we proudly serve the metro-Detroit area. Serving in: Dearborn, Eastpointe, Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Park, Grosse Pointe Shores, Hamtramck, Lincoln Park, Madison Heights, Roseville, Royal Oak, St. Clair Shores, Warren and more. Please call us at (313) 885-6800 for a discrete assessment of your DUI defense situation.
“First time offenses of Michigan’s drunken driving law are now eligible for expungement under legislation signed Monday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
The bills signed by the governor would allow individuals convicted of a first-time drunk driving offense to petition a court to set aside the conviction several years after sentencing. An estimated 200,000 non-repeat offenders are expected to be eligible for the program. ” – Link