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Factors that Can Affect Your Blood Alcohol Content

In our home state of Michigan, the laws regarding driving under the influence are quite stringent. Rather than the term "DUI", we refer to these charges as operating while intoxicated (OWI). If a driver aged 21 or older has a BAC of 0.08% or higher, they're considered legally intoxicated. For those under 21, the threshold is just 0.02%.

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Understanding DUI Tests

Facing DUI/OWI charges can lead to severe, life-changing consequences. It's vital to secure dependable legal aid to guide you through the intricate legal process and safeguard your rights. Rely on our experienced attorney to explain the ramifications of DUI/OWI charges in Michigan and highlight the significance of enlisting reputable legal counsel to manage your case.

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Why a DUI Is Worth Fighting

In Michigan, DUI laws are strict and the consequences of a conviction can be severe. This can make it seem like your situation is hopeless. However, know that there's always a way to fight back.

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Common Misconceptions About DUIs

Facing a DUI charge can be an overwhelming experience, filled with uncertainty and fear of the potential consequences. There are many misconceptions about DUI charges, often leading individuals to make decisions that may not be in their best interest.

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What Should I Do If I’m Stopped and Have Been Drinking?

In the state of Michigan, operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) or while visibly impaired (OWVI) by alcohol or drugs is prohibited. If you're suspected of drunk driving, a law enforcement officer may pull your vehicle over, ask you some questions, or request that you take some DUI tests.

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This Is My First DWI. What Should I Expect?

Drunk driving charges can lead to many life-altering penalties and ramifications, even when it is your first DWI or, as the Michigan law refers to it, OWI. Understanding what happens next after your arrest is critical in order to prevent or mitigate the potential consequences of the charges.

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Will I Lose My License After Being Charged With a DUI?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drinking and driving claims the lives of 28 people a day in the United States, or one every 52 minutes. Annually, around 10,000 nationwide fatalities occur. In Michigan alone, there were 974 highway fatalities in 2022, of which 33 percent were the result of impaired driving.

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DUI/OWI With a Child in the Car in Michigan

In Michigan, operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious offense. A person convicted of DUI or OWI in the state may face devastating penalties, including massive fines, jail time, license suspension, and other serious, life-altering consequences.

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How a DUI May Affect Your Future

According to the 2021 Michigan Annual Drunk Driving Audit, approximately 44.7% of all fatal traffic accidents in the state involve impairment due to alcohol or drugs. Being charged with a DUI (driving under the influence) or OWI (operating while intoxicated) is a serious infraction.

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Involving a Defense Attorney Immediately After a DUI Charge

If you’ve recently been arrested and charged with a DUI, you may be thinking that you can either handle it on your own or that there’s no point in fighting it.

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